Trump Boasts of 'Very Good Relationship' With North Korean Leader

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"I'm not saying I have or haven't", he said. While he has expressed an openness to negotiating with North Korea, he has also promised "fire and fury" for North Korea if their nuclear program and missile tests continued and recently said his nuclear button is "bigger and more powerful" than Kim's, who he has taken to calling "Little Rocket Man". "I'm a very flexible person".

"He is already an absolutely shrewd and mature politician", Putin said of the North Korean leader.

"You'll see that a lot with me", he said, referring to his tweets attacking Kim. "I think you people are surprised". If the report from 38 North proves to be correct, we may see the conflict between North Korea and the USA reach a whole new level.

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Delegates from North Korea and South Korea meet in Paju, South Korea on January 9.

The president's remarks come after North and South Korea this week held their first talks in two years, and the North agreed to participate in the Winter Olympics in the South next month.

White House spokespeople didn't immediately respond to questions about whether Trump and Kim had spoken.

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Trump claimed credit Wednesday for the inter-Korean dialogue, saying North Korea was feeling the pressure of a USA -led campaign of sanctions over its nuclear weapons and missile development.

Russian Federation has voted at the United Nations in favour of worldwide sanctions against North Korea over its nuclear programme, while urging the West to show restraint and calling for talks over the issue. Technically, South Korea and the US remain at war with North Korea after the Korean War ended in 1953 with an armistice instead of a peace treaty.

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