President Donald Trump is telling reporters that North Korea's denuclearization will have to be total and verifiable as he prepares to head home from his historic summit with Kim Jong Un. "And if we're not willing to do that, we're not going to get a good deal", Graham said, complementing the worldwide community - including China and Russian Federation - for standing behind Trump in regards to sanctions on North Korea.
Throughout the summit that could chart the course for historic peace or raise the specter of a growing nuclear threat, both leaders expressed optimism.
We're provided two videos as the news flows out of the Singapore meeting. "I think it will be tremendously successful, and it's my honor and we will have a terrific relationship. This may very well be transformative for him as a person and for the office that he occupies", the former New Jersey Superior Court judge added.
"Donald Trump looked more presidential this morning than I have ever seen him look".
Last year Kim was "Little Rocket Man", according to Trump, and United States officials regularly mentioned his likely role in the assassination of his half-brother with nerve agent in a Malaysian airport, as well as his uncle's execution.More news: Ghanaian President Akufo-Addo dissolves country’s FA
"Rather than signing an unsubstantial agreement, Trump and Kim should be signing a real document based on global law, the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons".
While North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has a historical summit with President Trump, both men will be utilizing the help of interpreters, however Kim's former teacher says he knows English.
The exercises are held several times each year, focusing on everything from warding off a North Korean attack on its neighbor to the south to "decapitation" strikes aimed at killing key members of the Kim regime.
Trump said later that they had run out of time.
Trump said Kim accepted his invitation to visit the White House at the "appropriate" time.More news: Bethesda Officially Announces The Elder Scrolls VI
Trump's use of the term "provocative" marked a notable break with past USA policy in itself.
US President Donald Trump (right) reaches to shakes hands with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un. We've overcome so many obstacles which blocked our eyes and ears, dragging our feet down due to the past history, prejudices.
They walked in from opposite sides of the building and met in front of a row of interspersed American and North Korean flags.
They signed a document that Trump described as "pretty comprehensive", but he declined to describe it, saying the details would be revealed later.
The former National Basketball Association star was in Singapore for the summit, although the White House has repeatedly said he's not an official part of the US delegation.More news: How Guardiola Reacted To Yaya Toure’s Discrimination Accusations
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