Donald Trump submits his list of assets
Washington: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, on Tuesday released his financial records claiming that he holds $10 billion (£6.9 billion) in assets.
The Republican front runner who has so far resisted calls from Democrats to release his full tax returns released the list of his financial records.
The republican candidate also declared that he is looking ahead to meet Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader to discuss Pyongyang's nuclear programme with him.
What Donald Trump said about Kim Jong-un:
- "I would speak to him, I would have no problem speaking to him," the businessman said about the North Korean leader.
- “Such a meeting would mark a significant change of US policy towards the politically isolated regime,” added Trump.
- Trump's comments about North Korea emerged in an interview with leading American news agency.
Donald Trump spoke about his foreign policies:
- While addressing media during his campaign, Trump said "it looks like we're not going to have a very good relationship with the UK.”
- During his campaign the Republican front runner also expressed disapproval of Russian President Vladimir Putin's military actions in eastern Ukraine.
- Putin is a figure whom Trump had previously said he respects.
- On the subject of North Korea, the New York property developer said he would pursue face-to-face talks and added that he would also put pressure on China to unite with North Korea.
What other global leaders said about Donald Trump:
- Democratic front-runner Hillary stated that Trump's foreign policy "made no sense".
- British Prime Minister David Cameron and new London Mayor Sadiq Khan have harshly criticised Trump's idea of ban on Muslims coming to the US.
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