journalist: «Does it mean that it might not be May?» Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House Press Secretary: «Again we haven't set a time or location. Those things are yet to be determined.» Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House Press Secretary: «I think that Lindsey Graham knows that President Trump is one of the best negotiators and certainly I think that he has great confidence in his ability... Еще and he is glad that he will be the one at the table for the United States. I think that Senator Graham has been on the other side of that and certainly knows the capabilities and the determination of President Trump.» *MULTIPLE SHOTS AT SOURCE* journalist: «But the President came to the briefing room before reaching out to the president of China. Is that appropriate? Should he not have reached out to the international partners first before making an announcement?» Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House Press Secretary: «Look we've had ongoing conversations with leaders across the world. The president simply said there would be an announcement. He had several conversations with world leaders both last night and today.» journalist: «Were they aware he would make this decision before him?» Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House Press Secretary: «Again the president had conversations with a few world leaders both last night and today. This is something that all of these countries have been working together on and something that we are continuing to work with our allies and partners on.» journalist: «Was the secretary of state aware he was gonna make that decision Sarah?» Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House Press Secretary: «Secretary of State Deputy was in the room at the time these conversations went on so it's absurd to pretend like they weren't part of this process and haven't been part of this process all along.» *MULTIPLE SHOTS AT SOURCE* White House spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders stated that North Korea must take ‘concrete steps’ towards denuclearisation in order for US President Donald Trump to meet with the DPRK leader Kim Jong Un, speaking from a press conference in Washington DC on Friday. Sanders expressed that the US would continue with their ‘maximum pressure campaign’ and would not follow through on the meeting until ‘concrete actions’ are seen. The White House speaker abstained from making concrete statements about the time and place of Trump’s meeting with the Supreme Leader of North Korea. Sanders’ words came a day after Trump announced he had accepted an invitation to meet with North Korea leader in May.