Donald Trump on Wednesday said he’d invite North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to the U.S. for a meeting. He dismissed criticism over his willingness to negotiate with the North Korean dictator, who is known for lashing out against the West, threatening to use nuclear weapons, and repressing his own citizens. According to Trump, there is nothing wrong with having a conversation with the tyrant—though he shouldn’t be expecting dinner. “If he came here, I’d accept him. But I wouldn’t give him a state dinner like we do for China and all these other people that rip us off,” Trump said at a campaign event in Atlanta. He also took the opportunity to praise Russian President Vladimir Putin, saying the Russian military is “much stronger” than its U.S. counterpart. “Our nuclear is old and tired and his nuclear is tippy-top from what I hear. Better be careful, folks, OK? You better be careful,” he said.