Well, the man who the North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un once called a “dotard” will meet the man who the US President Donald Trump once called “short and fat.” Trump has promised that “by May,” he will travel to the volatile nation’s capital of Pyongyang for a meeting with Kim. And, as it turns out, it was Kim who extended the invitation!

Chung Eui-yong, the security expert in charge of relations between South Korea and Washington, has told journalists who were gathered on the driveway of the White House that Kim and his regime in Pyongyang are “committed to denuclearisation,” and the stopping of nuclear testing (which many nations and organisations, including the UN, have been begging him to do for years).

Weirdly enough, the invitation from Kim to Trump was in a handwritten letter that Chung delivered early on yesterday.

Kim is ‘eager’ to meet Trump ASAP

This is all certainly a strange development. Trump should approach North Korea with caution. Kim has, according to Chung, “expressed his eagerness to meet President Trump as soon as possible.” Based on everything that has come in the past and all the tensions between them in their childish arguments. All the nuclear tests and now, all of a sudden, Kim is happy to throw all his nukes away, just like that. It’s all very unusual.