Master negotiator Donald Trump has revealed he could be taking his skills to a new boardroom — in North Korea!
In an interview with Reuters on Tuesday, the presumptive GOP nominee said he would be willing to speak with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, in an attempt to halt Pyongyang's nuclear program.
"I would speak to him. I would have no problem speaking to him," Trump said.
Trump did not share specific details of his plan to deal with the rogue state, but insisted he would have no issue confronting the dictator head-on.
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Trump then shifted the conversation to China, saying, "I would put a lot of pressure on China, because economically we have tremendous power over China."
China is the sole diplomatic and economic supporter of Pyongyang, but The New York Times reports that China's policy is changing due to the country's "nuclear ambitions."