Donald Trump and the North Korean president, Kim Jong Un have finally met at the summit in Singapore together with the top aides. Both leaders have shaken hands, shared warm words and gestures at the summit in Singapore, according to Axios media.
They have even dinned together and shared different meals included Crispy pork, desserts and assortment of appetizers. President Trump was accompanied by the secretary of State, Pompeo, National security advisor, John Bolton and Chief of staff, John Kelly for lunch break. On the United States side were Ambassador Sung Kim, Asia chief, Mathew Pottinger aswell as Sarah Sanders as the press Secretary.
For the first time in many years, Analysts have observed North Korean flags besides United States flags at the summit as a sign to show that Kim is being treated equally to Donald Trump.
Kim Jong Un and Trump entered a dining room and took a nice picture which made them look nice and handsome.
— John Geddie (@geddiejdk) June 12, 2018
It’s a great honor to be here with you and I know this meeting will be tremendously successful. The big problem which was unable to be solved will be solved, ”Trump tells Kim.
Simply extraordinary: North Korea's main newspaper today features color photos of Kim Jong Un walking around Singapore, a breathtaking, modern city with an electricity supply that North Koreans can only dream about. Plus crowds taking photos of the "Respected Leader" pic.twitter.com/ejtCuw8sdv
— Anna Fifield (@annafifield) June 11, 2018
Donald Trump also said he’ll invite Kim to the white house, according to Anne’s tweet.
Trump says “absolutely I will” invite Kim to the White House.
— Anne Rumsey Gearan (@agearan) June 12, 2018
Many people around the world will think as if this is a science fiction movie or a form of fantasy, ”Kim tells Trump.
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