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Trump showed Kim movie trailer depicting them as heroes at Singapore summit

The White House aired a movie trailer depicting the possibilities ahead for U.S.-North Korea relations to set up the president's press conference following his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.. "Seven billion people inhabit planet Earth," the voiceover begins. "Of those alive today, only a small number will leave a lasting impact.

At this point during the summit, Mr. Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un had already greeted each other, engaged in a one-on-one meeting and another with their top advisers, as well as a working lunch.

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Washington Post -
Trump and Kim joint statement from the Singapore summit

The White House released a joint statement from President Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un after Tuesday’s summit in Singapore.

Convinced that the establishment of new U.S.–DPRK relations will contribute to the peace and prosperity of the Korean Peninsula and of the world, and recognizing that mutual confidence building can promote the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, President Trump and Chairman Kim Jong Un state the following:. Having acknowledged that the U.S.–DPRK summit — the first in history — was an epochal event of great significance in overcoming decades of tensions and hostilities between the two countries and for the opening up of a new future, President Trump and Chairman Kim Jong Un commit to implement the stipulations in this joint statement fully and expeditiously.


CTV -
Trump, Kim to sign unspecified document at summit

U.S. President Donald Trump proclaimed Tuesday that his momentous summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un had gone "better than anybody could have expected" and announced that the leaders planned a signing ceremony shortly.

Meeting with staged ceremony on a Singapore island, Trump and Kim concluded a summit that seemed just unthinkable months ago, clasping hands before a row of alternating U.S. and North Korean flags, holding a one-on-one meeting, additional talks with advisers and a working lunch.


Fox News -
Trump's North Korea bargaining chips: What is president prepared to offer?

Just hours before President Trump’s historic nuclear summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, the Trump administration is hinting at the bargaining chips the president may have in his back pocket as he readies for the high-stakes negotiations in Singapore.

TRUMP SAYS NORTH KOREA'S KIM JONG UN COULD BE INVITED TO THE US IF JOINT SUMMIT GOES WELL. During a press conference last week, the president said it’s possible an agreement formally ending the war between North and South Korea could be signed during the summit as a “first step.”


BBC -
Trump and Kim set for historic summit

US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will meet for an unprecedented summit on Tuesday aimed at defusing tensions on the Korean peninsula.

The lead-up to the summit has been marked by uncertainty and waves of frenetic diplomacy - at one point, Mr Trump even briefly called off the summit, after a senior North Korean official described remarks by US Vice-President Mike Pence as "stupid".


Fox News -
Ex-CIA station chief: Why North Korea summit matters more than you think

With so much that is unknown heading into the summit, what is certain is that the U.S. relationship with North Korea will embark on a new and unprecedented course when President Trump sits down for his first meeting with Kim.

What the world will be watching for is whether President Trump can build a productive relationship with Kim necessary for the follow-on negotiations and agreements on which our national security so deeply relies.


Fox News -
Dennis Rodman arrives in Singapore ahead of Trump-Kim summit

Dennis Rodman arrived in Singapore’s airport early Tuesday morning to a flurry of cameras and reporters ahead of the historic summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un. “The Worm” is a mutual friend of both world leaders and previously boasted to have “great” friendships with them.

#Peace #Love #HistoricalSummit #Singapore #PresidentTrump #MarshallKimJongUn". Rodman, who happens to be the few people who’ve met both Trump and Kim, made the trip overseas after announcing Friday he will be heading to Singapore to offer “whatever support is needed.”


Wall Street Jurnal -
Stock market inches higher ahead of Trump-Kim summit

U.S. stock-market indexes were trading tentatively higher in early trade Monday, ahead of a highly anticipated summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore following a tense Group of Seven meeting over the weekend.

“The North Korea summit will only matter if there is a very positive outcome, but that’s not what market participants are expecting,” Ogg added.


Fox News -
Fearsome Nepalese police offer security for Trump-Kim summit

Wearing brown berets and equipped with body armor and assault rifles, the elite Gurkha police officers are a conspicuous part of the enveloping security force Singapore has deployed for Tuesday’s summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

To protect one of the highest-profile diplomatic events so far this century, Singapore has enlisted the help of its fearsome Nepalese fighters whose large curved knives, according to custom, must “taste blood” whenever they’re drawn.


NBC News -
Trump's G-7 outburst is 'a little depressing,' Germany's Merkel says

German leader Angela Merkel said it was "sobering and a little depressing" to see President Donald Trump withdraw from the G-7 agreement via Twitter after leaving the summit early.

Merkel told German broadcaster ARD on Sunday that Trump's "withdrawal via Twitter is of course sobering and a little depressing." Trump, who left the meeting early to fly to Singapore for an unprecedented sit-down with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, said he told his officials not to sign the communiqué.


Washington Post -
Fox News host apologizes for calling Trump and Kim ‘two dictators’

Everything appeared to be going smoothly for “Fox & Friends” host Abby Huntsman during a live segment Sunday morning as the network provided coverage of Trump’s arrival in Singapore for his upcoming summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Then, as she chatted with former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci, Huntsman referred to the leaders as “two dictators,” which threw the Internet into a frenzy.


The Guardian -
'Two dictators': Fox News host says sorry for reference to Trump-Kim summit

The Fox & Friends host Abby Huntsman apologised to viewers on Sunday, after referring to Donald Trump’s summit with Kim Jong-un of North Korea in Singapore as “that meeting between the two dictators”.

Trump’s tweets have been shown to regularly closely follow discussions on Fox & Friends, Fox News’ morning magazine show. So much is this so that last month the British foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, tried – to no avail – to appeal to the president not to dump the Iran nuclear deal via an interview with the show’s weekday hosts.


Fox News -
Trump should have one-on-one moment with Kim, avoid photos with him, Bill Richardson warns

President Trump should avoid letting himself be photographed too much with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un as the two meet during a historic summit in Singapore this week, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Bill Richardson said on "Fox News Sunday."

The former New Mexico governor said the autocratic regime would try to use any images of Kim with Trump as propaganda tools. "The only caution I would give the president is not be photographed too much with a smiling Kim Jong Un, because they use that in North Korea for dramatic propaganda purposes," Richardson said.



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