In a subsequent tweet, Sanders said the White House had approached The Wall Street Journal on Friday for a correction, but they refused to do it. However, Trump denies this completely and claims that he said, "I'd probably have a very good relationship with Kim Jong Un", instead of "I".
The transcript was released after the White House raised questions about the accuracy of some of Trump's quotes.
Washington, Jan 14 US President Donald Trump today denied having told a leading US daily that he shared a "good relationship" with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, asserting that he was "falsely" quoted in the "fake news" story.
"DACA is probably dead because the Democrats don't really want it, they just want to talk and take desperately needed money away from our Military", the president tweeted.
In an article posted shortly after 1 a.m. Sunday, the Journal stood by its report and said ground rules for the interview Thursday had included a pledge from the White House that recordings made by both reporters and the White House would be used only for purposes of transcribing the session.
Did President Trump say "I have" or "I'd have?"
The article concluded that North Korea "will open the door of dialogue, contact and travel to anyone in South Korea, including the ruling party and opposition parties, organizations and individual personages of all backgrounds, if they truly want national reconciliation and unity".
Haley said should be clear that the United States will not reduce pressure on Kim.
None of the lawmakers knew Carson, and Trump found that surprising, the attendees said.
Despite his previous, inflammatory rhetoric, Mr Trump's comments seem to suggest a newfound willingness to engage with the North Korean leader - something he has previously chided Secretary of State Rex Tillerson for suggesting.
Trump responded, "Sure, you see that a lot with me and then all of a sudden somebody's my best friend". I'm not saying I have or haven't.
"When a figure in power reflexively calls any press that doesn't suit him 'fake news, ' it is that person who should be the figure of suspicion, not the press", Flake will say, according to NBC News, which obtained excerpts from the speech. Trump continued his rant by saying he now has to record all the conversations with reporters, concluding, "They just wanted a story".
Trump has derided the North Korean leader as a "maniac" and referred to him as "little rocket man".