Trump hasn't heard anything from North Korea yet
President Donald Trump said he hadn't heard anything from North Korea, after Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye Gwan cast some doubts on the upcoming summit between the two countries next month.
On Wednesday afternoon, Kim told state television that North Korea would not be pushed into a corner by the United States, adding that there would be no point to a dialogue if that was the case.
There are some in the public domain, who have suggested that North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un was taking Trump for a ride, and that there was no hope of the two countries reaching some form of agreement.
However, they will have to wait a little longer to be proven right, after Trump gave nothing away when speaking to journalists at the White House on Wednesday.
"We haven't been notified at all, we'll have to see," said Trump.
"We haven't received anything, we haven't heard anything, we will see what happens," added Trump.
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