Mr. Trump appeared optimistic about Kim's intentions to hold up his end of the agreement signed in Singapore, saying the dictator "really wants to do something I think terrific for their country".
"He's so controlled", Brian Kilmeade added.
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Trump, after meeting recently with a North Korean envoy at the White House, said the summit will likely be part of "a process". The spokesman said Trump told Moon he would send Pompeo to Seoul immediately after the summit to explain its outcome.
Trump responded to such commentary on Twitter, saying: "The fact that I am having a meeting is a major loss for the USA, say the haters & losers".
On Tuesday, KCNA wrote of Kim: "Enjoying a nocturnal bird's-eye view of the city on the observation platform of the Marina Bay Sands building, he said Singapore is clean and lovely and every building is stylish as he heard of in the past, adding he is going to learn a lot from the good knowledge and experience of Singapore in various fields in the future".
Watch above, via Fox News. "I've been up 24 hours now straight between phone calls and working it", he said. "But I really believe that we have the potential to do something incredible for the world". We're going to have a great discussion and will be tremendously successful.
Both men had looked serious as they got out of their limousines for the summit at the Capella hotel on Singapore's Sentosa, a resort island with luxury hotels, a casino, manmade beaches and a Universal Studios theme park. Kim smiled as the translator interpreted Trump's comments, before issuing a brief statement of his own.
Putin says ready to meet Trump ‘as soon as’ Washington is ready
Russian President Vladimir Putin to o sounded critical of the USA decision, saying the move may destabilise the Gulf region. The group used to be called G8 before Russia's membership was suspended in 2014 after the outbreak of the Ukrainian crisis.
Kim said through an interpreter: "It wasn't easy for us to come here".
Trump spoke only briefly in public on Monday, forecasting a "nice" outcome.
"I mean, this is history we are living", said Huntsman.
Although the breakthrough made at the summit marks just the start of a diplomatic process, it could bring lasting change to the security landscape of Northeast Asia, just as former U.S. President Richard Nixon visit to Beijing in 1972 led to the transformation of China. He said that Kim described being "let down by the United States" in the past, though Trump brushed it aside saying "but that's irrelevant". "And I think it's going to work out very well". "But we have enough intelligence to know that what they have is very substantial".
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