Kim Summit Produces High Hopes, Few Details

The 13 most bonkers moments from the Trump Kim summit. No you’re not hallucinating

The 13 most bonkers moments from the Trump Kim summit. No you’re not

Japan's leader said, "I support the signing of the agreement confirming leader Kim Jong-un's commitment towards complete denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula as a first step towards resolving various issues".

The two world leaders forgot to take the hangers out of their suits before posing for this picture.

The broad agreement was light on specifics, largely reiterating previous public statements and past commitments.

The 13 most bonkers moments from the Trump Kim summit. No you’re not hallucinating
Nice and handsome and thin and perfect

After a one-on-one meeting, followed by wider talks with advisers and a working lunch, they presented their agreement. "We should all be applauding President Trump". "We're stopping joint exercises for a while to give Kim Jong Un some assurance that we're willing to meet him more than halfway", Graham said.

But Rocky Kim says Trump failed by not pushing him to commit to a timeline for getting rid of nuclear weapons, calling it a "painted peace to show to the world".

Anchor George Stephanopoulos sat down with Trump in Singapore early Tuesday morning, with the interview airing on ABC's Good Morning America hours later.

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Footage from the event shows United States president and the North Korean leader preparing to take their seats on opposite sides of a dining room table at the Capella Hotel on the resort island of Sentosa.

Along with establishing himself as an equal and reinventing his persona overseas as a "normal" leader of a "normal" nation - he even took a selfie with Singapore's foreign minister that was posted on Twitter, which like all other social media is banned in the North - Kim's primary objective at the summit was to undermine support for worldwide trade sanctions that have long hindered his plans to develop North Korea's economy. So we look nice and handsome and thin? Then, it's their turn and they hold off. They always want you to go first in a negotiation. Trump said Tuesday that he would invite Kim "at the appropriate time" to come to the White House and that the North Korean leader had already accepted the invitation. Kim has been accused of horrific rights abuses against his people.

The president said he trusted the North Korean leader to live up to his word in terms of the "comprehensive" agreement the two signed at this week's summit in Singapore. And I'd like to be able to bring them back home.

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The summit capped a dizzying few days of foreign policy activity for Trump, who shocked USA allies over the weekend by using a meeting in Canada of the Group of Seven industrialized economies to alienate America's closest friends in the West. Lashing out over trade practices, Trump lobbed insults at his G-7 host, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Several reporters asked whether Mr Trump had raised the issue of human rights with Mr Kim, who runs a totalitarian regime with extreme censorship and forced-labour camps. "They want the remains of their fathers, and mothers, and all of the people that got caught into that really brutal war, which took place, to a large extent, in North Korea".

Former U.S. ambassador Bill Richardson told VOA he is concerned about no verification of what the North Koreans will do about missile technology in the DPRK, no detail of nuclear reduction, the peace treaty and human rights. Trump has dangled the prospect of economic investment in the North as a sweetener for giving up its nuclear weapons.

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