Seoul: Former US President Donald Trump has reportedly promised to take North Korean leader Kim Jong Un home. The BBC’s latest documentary makes such a revelation. Matthew Pottinger, an expert on Trump’s National Security Council, told the BBC about the incident in a documentary. The two leaders, who had received harsh criticism, had initially verbally abused each other. However, he later turned to diplomatic relations and negotiated several times. The two leaders also held meetings in Singapore and later in Vietnam as part of this. At the 2019 meeting in Hanoi, Vietnam, there were no significant improvements. But that’s when such a strange offer was put in front of Kim. During that meeting, Trump reportedly offered Kim a lift home in Air Force One. The BBC reports that this shocked even diplomats. However, Trump’s offer was rejected by Kim. Perhaps if Kim had accepted the offer, he would have become the first North Korean leader to board an American president’s plane. At the same time, the US President’s official plane is seen entering North Korean airspace, raising the possibility of multiple security issues. He says Kim arrived in Hanoi via China for more than one day of training and that the president is aware of it. ‘We can get you home in two hours if you want’. The US President used to say. But Kim refused.