Trump talks to Kim, then Hannity

US Guarantees Unique Security to North Korea for Denuclearization

After the signing, Trump said he expected to "meet many times" in the future with Kim and, in response to questions, said he "absolutely" would invite Kim to the White House.

But he has since lowered expectations, backing away from an original demand for North Korea's swift denuclearisation.

And Kim seemed to have enjoyed himself. Just $5 a month.

Singapore was "clean and beautiful", Kim said on the observation deck, adding that he aimed to learn from the knowledge and experience of the southeast Asian nation, as he found it impressive, the official KCNA news agency added.

Greg Scarlatoiu, executive director of the USA -based Committee for Human Rights in North Korea, and Rabbi Abraham Cooper at the Simon Wiesenthal Center urged Trump to seek "the complete, verifiable, irreversible dismantlement" of North Korean political prison camps - mimicking the formulation used by the U.S.in its demand for that nation's denuclearization. In the lead up to the summit, North Korea, however, has rejected any unilateral nuclear disarmament, and its reference to denuclearisation of the peninsula has historically meant it wants the USA to remove its "nuclear umbrella" protecting South Korea and Japan, which it sees as a threat.

The photograph has drawn mixed reactions.

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When pressed about those comments in light of Kim's brutal tactics, Trump continued praising the North Korean leaders' ability to run a country at a young age. Kim was also responsible for killing his uncle, who he is rumored to have perceived as a threat to his own power. He's talked about a willingness to invite Kim Jong Un to the White House. Global inspections and verification of such a deal would require more openness from the North, typically allergic to outside scrutiny.

"Many people in the world will think of this as a (inaudible) form of fantasy. from a science fiction movie", his translator was overheard saying as the two leaders walked down a white-columned colonnade. However, he was not listed as a member of the official United States delegation.

This reputation has cost North Korea.

HU: Well, probably more engagement and diplomacy. In March, Minister of State for External Affairs General V K Singh paid a two-day visit to North Korea, the first ministerial visit from India to North Korea in almost two decades.

Critics of the summit leapt at the leaders' handshake and the moonlight stroll Kim took Monday night along the glittering Singapore waterfront, saying it was further evidence that Trump was helping legitimize Kim on the world stage. Trump left the summit early, and as he flew to Singapore, he tweeted that he was yanking the United States out of the group's traditional closing statement. -North Korea ties down the line.

The Swiss-educated leader, who is believed to be 34, has not left his isolated country since taking office in 2011 other than to visit China and the South Korean side of the border Demilitarised Zone, which separates the two Koreas. Such coverage was once unimaginable in North Korea, where official propaganda is well-known to have doctored images of the Seoul skyline, to underplay the prosperity of the world outside of juche Korea's borders. If North Koreans had seen Kim's efforts at Ryomyong Street in Pyongyang as an impressive bout of modernization under byungjin, then Singapore arguably sets in place an objective for North Korea's eventual economic betterment under the "new strategic line". The site of the historic talks was a matter of intense speculation before the US President announced on Twitter it would occur here in Singapore, the flashy Southeast Asian city-state that has eagerly accommodated the spectacle.

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