U.S. President Donald Trump said Saturday that he will postpone next month's G7 meeting until the fall and invite other countries to join, including South Korea.
Trump told reporters on Air Force One that he thinks the G7, as it's set up, is outdated and doesn't represent what's actually going on in the world.
He said the summit could be held in September, either before or after the UN General Assembly, or he could wait until after the November election.
The other members of the G7 are Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the UK.
But Trump singled out as possible additions South Korea, Russia, Australia and India.
A top Blue House official told reporters this morning that South Korea will discuss the matter with the U.S.