US President Donald Trump says he expects a meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un could take place in "the next three, four weeks".
"Whatever happens, happens," he said of the prospective meeting with the North Korean leader.
"Look, I may go in. It may not work out. I leave," Trump said on Saturday at a campaign-style rally in Michigan.
Trump also said South Korean President Moon Jae In gives the United States credit for peace overtures on the Korean peninsula.
"He gives us tremendous credit," Trump said. "He gives us all the credit."