Thus, Trump became the first incumbent U.S. leader to ever step onto the North Korean territory.
Previously, the U.S. President offered North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to meet on the border between DPRK and Republic of Korea. The media also expect that Trump would meet and negotiate with South Korean president Moon Jae-in in Seoul.
Prior to that, Trump and Kim Jong-un met in Hanoi, Vietnam; the meeting took place in February 2019. The two politicians negotiated for about 20 minutes, and the working lunch followed. Later, it appeared that the talks ended early, and the de-nuclearization deal was not signed. Reuters news agency reported that during the meeting in Hanoi, Trump passed Kim Jong-un a document that urged him to hand over the nuclear weapons and fuel to the United States.