US President Donald Trump said he's hoping to give a "quick hello" to Kim Jong Un tomorrow at the DMZ, but insisted it would not be a bad sign if he doesn't show up.
"No, of course I thought of that," Trump said when asked if it should be interpreted as a bad sign if Kim failed to meet him, noting that he expects critics to say "Oh, he was stood up" should that happen.
"It's very hard," he said of the US-North Korea situation, noting that Kim "follows my Twitter."
Asked if he knew that to be a fact, Trump said his team "got a call very quickly" after his tweet, adding, "A lot of people follow it."
As for what he would expect for a potential meeting, Trump said, "We're not talking about extended -- just a quick hello.”