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>> You better believe it.>> Presumptive Republican nominee, Donald Trump, telling Reuters in an exclusive interview on Tuesday, that he has no problem talking man to man with North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un. Video cameras were not permitted in the interview.>> I would speak to him. I would have no problem speaking to him.
>> You know somebody will say, Trump will agree to talk to him.>> Reuters political correspondent, Emily Flitter was at the interview.>> It's big new because while the Obama Administration has expressed willingness to deal with Pyongyang on some level, this would be the first time a presumptive nominee has expressed willingness to speak directly with Kim Jong-Un.
>> Trump's openness to talk with Kim would mark a major shift in US policy toward the isolated nation. Just last fall Kim, said North Korea was ready to fight any war waged by the United States.>> He said that while he was willing to talk to Kim Jong-Un himself he also thought China bore responsibility for trying to stop the North Korean nuclear program from advancing.
>> China can solve that problem with one meeting or one phone call.>> How would they do it?>> Because they have tremendous power over North Korea.>> But North Korea has nukes.>> I know that, and so does China, by the way.>> Of course the interview wasn't without critical remarks about his likely opponent in the general election, Hillary Clinton and her husband.
>> NAFTA, which was signed by Bill Clinton is the single worst economic development deal ever in the history of this country. And it was signed by Bill Clinton. And then the wife wants to make him in charge of the economy>> Also on Tuesday, a super pac supporting the wife released ads attacking Donald Trump's comments about women.
>> Does Donald Trump really speak for you?