US President Donald Trump said today that three or four possible dates were being considered for his landmark summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
"We have a decision to be made. We have three and four dates. That includes five locations. That will be narrowed down," Trump said on Fox News.
Trump had previously said his much-anticipated meeting with Kim would take place in May or early June, within weeks of Friday's historic inter-Korean summit.
The tension-wracked peninsula has seen a dramatic diplomatic detente, with the nuclear-armed North last week announcing a moratorium on nuclear tests and long-range missile launches.
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