Trump appears optimistic about talks with North Korea while railing against the media's coverageGet the Full StoryAhn Young-joon AP
President Donald Trump is optimistic about potential talks between the US and North Korea.
On Twitter, Trump said he believes North Korea will honor their commitment to halt missile launches during potential denuclearization negotiations.
He later pivoted to a familiar strategy, blaming the media for its coverage of the events.
The meeting is not yet confirmed, but Trump said his administration is currently planning the details.
President Donald Trump said he believes North Korea will keep its word and refrain from launching missiles during potential bilateral US-North Korean negotiations over the latter's nuclear weapons program.
"North Korea has not conducted a Missile Test since November 28, 2017 and has promised not to do so through our meetings," Trump tweeted Saturday. "I believe they will honor that commitment!"See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Neo-Nazi groups let a journalist in their meetings and rallies here's what he sawSee Also:White House accuses news organizations of 'elevating' North Korea's profileJoe Scarborough and Mike Brzezinski say Trump's North Korea surprise is a 'painfully obvious' distraction from porn star sex scandalTrump reportedly agreed to meet Kim Jong-un immediately after South Korean officials floated the idea and he wanted them to announce it right awaySEE ALSO: Trump reportedly agreed to meet Kim Jong-un immediately after South Korean officials floated the idea and he wanted them to announce it right away
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