President Donald Trump on Tuesday flew into South Korea, the closest he has come to the frontlines of the nuclear standoff with North Korea, saying a solution must be found to the security threat posed by Pyongyang.
Landing at Osan Air Base outside Seoul, the president and First Lady Melania Trump stepped down from Air Force One onto a red carpet as he began a 24-hour visit that could aggravate tensions with North Korea.
-U.S. President Donald Trump arrived in South Korea, the second stop in his 12-day visit to Asia
-Trump said a solution must be found to the nuclear threat posed by North Korea
-Pyongyang has not conducted a missile test for 53 days