US President Donald Trump has said his upcoming meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will be held after the mid-term congressional elections in November.
On a flight to Iowa, while campaigning for the mid-term polls to be held on November 6, Trump told reporters: "I just can't leave now."
Earlier on Tuesday in a media interaction at the Oval Office, he said the venue of his second meeting with Kim has been narrowed down to "three or four" locations...timing won't be too far away".
Asked if his Mar-a-Lago estate is an option, Trump smiled and said that Kim would "probably like that. I'd like that, too. I think it would be good. But we'll see."
However, Trump might be joking because convincing Kim to take a trip to Florida could be complicated, given that the White House couldn't convince him to come to Washington for their first summit.