President Donald Trump held a press conference with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un following his visit to the DMZ and sojourn to North Korea. Trump made history on Sunday as the first sitting U.S. president to visit North Korea. Trump called it a "special moment" and a "very important moment" in history and it speaks to the "great relationship" the United States now has with North Korea. He also invited the dictator to visit the White House.
Following their closed-door bilateral meeting, Trump once again spoke to the media. The president emphasized that it is a "very legendary, historic day" and said just the meeting itself is historic.
"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."