Kim summit in Singapore draws mixed reactions from man on the street

Kim summit in Singapore draws mixed reactions from man on the street

Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani has said North Korea's leader "begged" for their summit to be rescheduled after the USA president cancelled it.

"The prime minister told me that will happen", he said.

'It's about attitude, it's about willingness to get things done, but I think I've been preparing for this summit for a long time, as has the other side.

Mr Abe requested Thursday's meeting with Mr Trump to coordinate strategy for next week's talks and to elevate his country's concerns about the summit.

So we've heard a lot already about how Rudy Giuliani's comments might throw the summit between President Trump and Kim Jon Un into question, do you think that's possible or just exaggeration?

Trump said at that time that the statements from Pyongyang lampooning Pence and threatening nuclear war were a thing of the past. It's a question of whether or not people want it to happen.

'We know this has been a long, intractable challenge.

Trump told reporters the upcoming nuclear summit in Singapore is "going to be much more than a photo op".

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Trump even said that if the negotiations are successful he would invite Kim to the White House.

"It is a potentially historic moment, I agree with the secretary of state who speaks for us on North Korea", he later added when pressed about Giuliani weighing in.

Trump's close friend Eric Bolling - a former Fox News personality - said he would consider it a victory if the two got out on the course. "If you hear me saying we are going to use maximum pressure, you know the negotiation did not do well, frankly". "It would be wonderful if it were".

Expectations run high that the two leaders will emerge from the summit with an agreement to formally end the Korean War after a 60-year standoff and a commitment to dismantling the North's nuclear arsenal and long-range missiles.

US President Donald Trump received a giant letter North Korea's from Kim Jong Un. "We would certainly like to see normalization". "Today with President Trump, our discussion was focused on issue of North Korea".

The administration first announced the president's intention to meet with North Korea's Kim Jong Un in early March, leaving only a few months to prepare. "I'm very thankful to the cooperation that we received from North Korea".

The most hawkish member of Trump's foreign policy team, National Security Adviser John Bolton, has reportedly taken a backseat following comments he made suggesting that North Korea could follow the "Libya model" of disarmament. Subject to change. But the summit is all ready to go, ' the president said.

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