"The prize I want is victory for the world, not even here".
"Everyone thinks so, but I will never say it", Trump said when asked by reporters if he thought he deserved recognition from the Nobel committee.
In January, Mr Moon said Mr Trump "deserves big credit for bringing about the inter-Korean talks".
In the meantime, a recent poll by SSRS showed that about three-quarters of Americans (77%) approve of President Donald Trump's decision to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
"You know what I want to do?" But the situation with North Korea remains fluid because Donald Trump is, well, Donald Trump. I want to get it finished. So let's just go forward, emphasize the positive. I believe that we have both sides want to negotiate a deal.
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In addition, she claimed that she had never meant to hurt or scare the victim and she doesn't blame him for her incarceration. When police arrived, they say they found Ades taking a bath in his house, and a butcher knife was discovered in her auto .
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With Juventus on the verge of making yet more history, the team's coach might just be looking overseas for more challenges. He could follow in those footsteps again if Conte leaves Chelsea after a disappointing season with the London club.
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Watford are set to spend another season in Premier League , but it has been a disappointing season overall. This current United side still looks way short of repeating those feats.
Trump said Wednesday that he is hopeful his meeting with Kim - whom he not long ago was mocking as "little Rocket Man" - will be successful. "I think we have a really good shot at making it successful, but lots of things can happen".
Next up was a clip of Trump, at the same meeting as the previous clip, being asked if something might happen that would "scuttle" the summit.
The Fake News is working overtime. "The only thing we need is peace".
Trump did not answer the question.