President Trump commented on the Democrats’ introduced articles of impeachment, as well as the USMCA trade agreement, while departing the White House on his way to a campaign rally in Pennsylvania.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump said on Saturday he did not think North Korean leader Kim Jong Un wanted to interfere in next year’s U.S. presidential election and said he would be surprised if Pyongyang acted hostilely.
“I’d be surprised if North Korea acted hostilely,” Trump said at the White House before leaving for Florida. “He knows I have an election coming up. I don’t think he wants to interfere with that, but we’ll have to see … I think he’d like to see something happen. The relationship is very good, but there is some hostility, there’s no question about it.”Source: Trump says does not think Kim Jong Un wants to interfere in U.S. election