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February 22 According to a report on the website of the U.S. Capitol Hill Daily on February 21, a former senior U.S. official revealed that after the second summit between then US President Trump and North Korea’s Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un held in Hanoi, Vietnam, in 2019, Trump proposed an unprecedented one to Kim Jong-un.

Proposal: Let Kim Jong-un return home on Air Force One. Kim Jong-un refused to respond to this.

According to the report, Bo Ming, a former deputy national security adviser of the United States in charge of Asian policy, said that Trump put forward this proposal in February 2019 after the two men held negotiations on the North Korean nuclear issue without significant progress.

“Trump proposed that Kim Jong-un return home on Air Force One.

Trump said: ‘I can send you home in two hours if you want.’ But Kim Jong-un refused.”

It is reported that the proposal has never been reported before, which is the first time that North Korea’s supreme leader or top official has been invited to fly on the special plane of the President of the United States.

John Bolton, a former national security adviser in the United States, said: “Trump thinks he has made a new good friend.”

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