President President Trump in a news conference
The president spoke from Osaka, Japan, where he met with several World leaders, including Xi Jinping, President of China, Vladimir Putin of Russia, President Mohammad bin Salman and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
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"These meetings have been great," he told reporters. He said his meeting with Xi was "better than expected" and that negotiators would "start where they left off with China."
He called the country a "strategic partner" and said, "U.S.
"Trump also said he" may or may not see Kim Jong Un "when he makes his next stop, in South Korea, to visit that nation's President Moon Jae-in. He told Fox News he would" feel very comfortable "stepping into North Korea what would not be it if it did not happen.
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He told reporters any meeting with Kim would just be a "quick hello."
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"There are great numbers of people being prosecuted," he told reporters.He added that the crown prince is "very angry" over the murder, but praised the leader as a "great ally" for her country is fighting terrorism and helping women.
When Salman, Trump said he could not comment on intelligence
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Trump also said he had "a
A Putin to stay out of US elections beyond a seemingly joking rebuke Friday, Trump said he "discussed it a little bit after that, "but the Russian President "denies it totally."
The president called Turkey a "friend" and said he and President Erdogan would "look at different solutions" in Turkey's planned purchase of a Russian-made S-400 surface-to-air missile system.
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The president of the hour-long news conference, weighing in on the Democratic debates, immigration and a reminder Jimmy Carter made about his legitimacy before leaving for South Korea.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.