President Donald Trump on Thursday told reporters in Florida that he was “ready to do whatever it takes” to reach a deal with China over the North Korean nuclear program.
The president also said that he hoped to have a deal by the end of the month.
“I hope by the time I get to China, I hope we’ll have a very, very good deal.
We can have it done,” Trump said.
I’m going to do it.” “
But I’m really going to go.
I’m going to do it.”
The president said that his administration would not release any more details about the talks until after he returned from China.
He also said he had “a good feeling” about a possible agreement on trade.
“It’s going to be very good for the United States.
It’s going in the right direction,” Trump told reporters, referring to the nuclear talks.
Trump has said repeatedly that he would prefer to have the nuclear negotiations with China concluded before he leaves office.
The two countries have held several rounds of nuclear talks in recent years.
But the talks have been marred by tensions, with the North Koreans saying they are willing to negotiate with the United Kingdom and other allies in exchange for North Korea abandoning its nuclear program in exchange to stop international sanctions.