It was just a few weeks ago when the White House announced President Trump had officially accepted an invitation from North Korean Dictator Kim Jong Un to meet in person.
Since that time, the North Koreans have been quiet about whether they'll show up for the meeting and there have been no additional details about when and where it could take place.
Speaking before a Cabinet meeting at the White House Monday, President Trump said the meeting will happen in May or June. The location is still to be determined. He also confirmed direct communication between the United States and the Korean regime.
"North Korea, by the way, as you've probably seen, and we've been in touch with North Korea, we'll be meeting with them sometime in May or early June. And I think there will be great respect paid by both parties and hopefully we'll be able to make a deal on the de-nuking of North Korea. they've said so; we've said so. Hopefully, it will be a relationship that's much different than it's been for many, many years," Trump said.