US President Donald Trump claimed that Friday’s joint denuclearisation announcement by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in was down to his own personal involvement during a Make America Great Again rally in Washington, Michigan on Saturday. “We’re doing the world a big favour, let’s see how it goes,” said Trump to a raucous reception. “And one of the fake news... Еще groups, they were saying ‘what did President Trump have to do with it?’ I’ll tell you what. How about ‘everything’?” He added that he intends to hold meetings with Korean representatives in the next ‘three or four weeks’ but did not disclose any further details. The 6,000-strong crowd also chanted ‘Nobel, Nobel’ in reference to Trump’s efforts on the Peninsula, for which the President expressed his gratitude. On other topics, Trump also said that the Californian city of San Diego was being ‘overrun’ by people ‘pouring in’ and a Mexican border wall was under construction. Michigan has been largely Democratic in recent years, with former president George H.W. Bush the last Republican to take a majority in 1988, but Trump overturned the deficit to win the state in the 2016 elections against Hillary Clinton.