Trump greets Kim Jong Un in Vietnam, says personal relationship ‘biggest progress’ so far

President Trump shook hands and smiled with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Wednesday evening in Vietnam, opening two days of talks about Kim’s nuclear weapons program.

Trump told reporters that their personal relationship was the “biggest progress” made during last year’s June summit in Singapore.

“I think it will be very successful. Great relationship,” Trump said as he arrived at the Sofitel Legend Metropole in Hanoi.

Trump patted Kim’s back and smiled during their initial handshake. Kim reciprocated, amicably tapping Trump’s arm before they sat down to address the press.

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