Earlier this year it was announced that Donald Trump would meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in regards to the country's nuclear program. With Kim now threatening to pullout, Trump was forced to address the issue.

Trump on Kim

For years the United States and North Korea have not seen eye to eye. Due to the close alliance between the U.S.

and South Korea, North Korea's top rival, talks about finding common-ground have been few and far between. However, as North Korea and South Korea have recently come to an agreement to end their tension, Donald Trump announced last month that he would soon meet with Kim Jong-un in what many viewed as a historic step to denuclearize North Korea. The announcement came as a surprise to many due to Trump's previous insulting remarks about the North Korean leader, including the nicknames "Rocket Man" and "Little Rocket Man" that he even used during a speech at the United Nations. However, due to recent rising tension in regards to the details of the meeting, Kim has backpedaled, putting the White House in a difficult position.

As reported by ABC News on May 22, Donald Trump met with South Korean President Moon at the White House on Tuesday, but was pressed on the current status of the summit meeting planned for next month between himself and Kim Jong-un. "If it doesn’t happen, maybe it will happen later," Trump said to a room full of reporters. "You never know about deals," Trump continued, adding, "It may not work out for June 12." As expected, critics of the president were quick to fire back.

Twitter erupts

In response to Donald Trump's reaction to Kim Jong-un possibly canceling their meeting, social media went viral. "There's also a good chance you'll GONE by then," one tweet read.

"I turned the TV off as soon as I saw his constipated face," a Twitter user wrote.

"It's quite a snake oil sales pitch show! ...Trump's 'gift' to ramble nonsense off the top of his head!! I don't think leaders around the world are buying it. What an embarrassment..as with other's, I can only stomach him a finite amount of time," another tweet added.

"POTUS calls foreign leaders his 'friends' when will he realize they are not his friends.

Probably one reason he's such a s***** negotiator," a social media user wrote. "Awww, the special coin he had made for them toting Kim as the supreme leader didn't convince them to give up their toys, I mean nukes? Tsk, tsk," a follow-up tweet read.