President Trump became the first US President to step foot into North Korea on Sunday as he shook hands with Kim Jong-un for a historic third meeting.
Trump initiated the meeting at the demilitarized zone (DMZ) between North Korea and South Korea, first publicly calling for the meeting on Twitter before North Korea promptly responded to make it happen.
“Good to see you again”, said Kim, meeting the President at the DMZ. “I would never have expected to see you at this place.”
The two leaders spoke briefly as Trump shook hands and then walked into North Korea and shook hands again as photographers captured the historic moment.