The newspaper quoted Trump as saying "I have a great relationship with him (China President Xi Jinping), as you know I have a great relationship with Prime Minister Abe of Japan and I probably have a very good relationship with Kim Jong Un of North Korea".
The Journal would follow that up by releasing their own audio clip from the interview that included additional context and a transcription.
Chinese president Xi Jinping told his USA counterpart Donald Trump that there have been "positive changes" on the Korean peninsula, state media said Tuesday following a phone call between the two leaders.
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Though the USA military routinely trains on the Korean peninsula with South Korean counterparts, The New York Times reported Sunday that a series of drills in the United States suggest a new focus on readying the military for conflict with North Korea. It's hard for a casual listener to say definitively if Trump said "I" or "I'd".
Towards the end of the year, Trump called Kim "short and fat", leading North Korea to sentenceTrump to death for supposedly insulting the so-called supreme leader.
Just last week, the Journal stirred a new conflict with the White House with a report suggesting Trump's personal lawyer secretly paid an adult film actress $130,000 before the 2016 election.
The paper accused the U.S. of attempting to drive a wedge between North and South Korea as the pair engage in diplomatic talks. The US president invented the nickname "little rocket man" for the North Korean leader and shamed him as "short and fat" in one of his tweets.
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Listening to both audio clips, it's still quite unclear if the president said, "I", or "I'd", but it's important to point out that the debate is nevertheless largely nonsensical.
Now, North Korea has taken another shot at the president, describing Trump as a "spasm of a lunatic".
"Every month we'll do one of these", Trump told the Journal's reporters on Thursday.
During a State of the Union interview with Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (D) on Saturday's missile launch alert debacle, CNN host Jake Tapper took a shot at President Donald Trump, saying Americans were relieved he was on the golf course when it happened and not glued to Fox News. "FAKE NEWS!" A White House official said the delay in publicly disputing the Journal's account was the result of a failed attempt to get the paper to correct the record.
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