Politics: Trump, First U.S. President to Cross Korean Border

President Donald Trump on Sunday took an historic step, crossing the border between the two Koreas to shake hands with Kim Jong-un in the Demilitarized Zone. They agreed to restart bilateral talks.

The unscheduled encounter took place following the Twitter suggestion just a day earlier by President Trump of such a meeting. But it was always uncertain whether Kim would travel to the demarcation line.
Officials had suggested that the two men would shake hands at the border line. But the meeting went further than that.

Trump took a few dozen paces into the North and spent barely a couple of minutes in enemy territory – the two Koreas are still technically at war — before walking Kim across the border into the South. They they met South Korean President Moon Jae-in, and held what appeared to be an impromptu press conference.