President Donald Trump made history on Sunday as the first sitting U.S. president to visit North Korea. Trump met with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un at the DMZ and briefly crossed the border into North Korea.
"The relationship that we have developed has meant so much to many people and it was just an honor to be with you. And it was an honor that you asked me to step over that line. And I was proud to step over that line. I thought that you might do that, I wasn't sure, but I was ready to do it," Trump said later at a press conference.
"I want to thank you. It's been great. Very historic," the president said. "That's what the folks in the media are saying, that it could be a very historic moment."
President Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in held a joint press conference and announced that he would meet with Kim Jong Un at the border between the two countries.