In meeting with Kuwait's emir, Trump says two-state solution would be 'difficult deal'

The US President also said military action against North Korea "would certainly be an option", adding that if it happens, it would be "a very sad day in North Korea."

During a meeting with Kuwait's emir on Thursday, US President Donald Trump said his country would be "extremely upset" if it was found that Syria's President Bashar al-Assad had used chemical weapons against his own people.

Trump stated that the US has "very little to do with Syria other than killing ISIS," claiming his administration have been more effective in combatting ISIS than that of his predecessor, Barack Obama.

When asked by a reporter about the likelihood of military action against North Korea, Trump said it "would certainly be an option."

"I can tell you that North Korea is behaving badly and it's got to stop," Trump said, adding that he "would prefer not going the route of the military."

As for Israel and the Palestinians, Trump expressed hope for peace in the region but said a two-state solution would be "the world's most complex and difficult deal."

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