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Donald Trump became the first U.S. President stood on the soil of North Korea

U.S. President Donald Trump visited South Korea after he finished the G20 Summit in Japan. The president made a shocking trip to DMZ between North Korean and the South and surprised the world in a meeting with Kim Jong-Un. The two leaders had face to face met at the DMZ line and Trump across the line to step on the soil of North Korea for second and came back to South Korea with Kim together and hold a meeting on South Korean’s side. It made President Trump became the first U.S. President stood on the soil of North Korea.

Trump tweet on his twitter after his meet with Kim and praised the meeting as a wonderful thing.

Watch the historic meeting between Trump and Kim

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