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19:37  12 june  2018
19:37  12 june  2018 Source:

Rodman will be in Singapore during Kim Jong Un, Donald Trump summit

  Rodman will be in Singapore during Kim Jong Un, Donald Trump summit Dennis Rodman will travel to Singapore to be in the city for the summit between Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump, he announced Friday in an Instagram post. In his post, Rodman said he will "be flying to Singapore for the historical Summit. I'll give whatever support is needed to my friends, President (Donald) Trump and Marshall Kim Jong Un.

President Donald Trump revealed Tuesday that he has big plans for North Korea’ s beaches . “They have great beaches . You see that whenever they’re I truly believe North Korea has brilliant potential and will be a great economic and financial Nation one day. Kim Jong Un agrees with me on this.

Kim Jong - un has invited Donald Trump to his country. Picture: AFP Kim Jong - un and Trump are going to meet!Source:AFP. DONALD Trump ’ s own White House staff were caught off guard by his sudden announcement on North Korea, saying it “wasn’t planned”.

A beach in Hamhung, North Korea. © Eric LAFFORGUE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images A beach in Hamhung, North Korea. President Donald Trump revealed Tuesday that he has big plans for North Korea’s beaches.

“They have great beaches. You see that whenever they’re exploding their cannons into the ocean,” the real estate mogul turned president said during a press conference in Singapore. “I said, ‘Boy, look at that view. Wouldn’t that make a great condo? Instead of doing that you could have the best hotels in the world right there.​'”

“Think of it from a real estate perspective, you have South Korea, you have China, and they own the land in the middle, how bad is that, right? It’s great​,” he explained during a video presentation at Tuesday’s summit.

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What Kim Jong Un Really Wants From President Trump . A decorated fence next to a suspected minefield inside the DMZ on March 21; a nearby sign warns not to enter, or a person could “get killed instantly”.

For a couple of weeks in March, after the announcement that Donald Trump had accepted an offer to meet with Kim Jong Un , the outcome of the crisis over North Korea’ s nuclear weapons seemed to depend on whether two leaders who had steered their nations toward war could pump the brakes and

“I told them, you may not want to do what’s there (on the videotape),” Trump explained. “You may do a smaller version of it, and that could be. Although I tell you what, he looked at that tape, he looked at that iPad, and I am telling you, they really enjoyed it, I believe.”

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For weeks, the Trump administration has been signaling that the U.S. is prepared to help North Korea build a bright and prosperous country if its leadership deals away its nuclear arsenal.

At the same time, North Korea has taken a greater interest in economic development, the second part of Kim’s two-stage strategy to first develop nuclear weaponry and then pursue economic growth.

During the historic summit in Singapore, Kim reiterated his commitment to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, and Trump offered certain security assurances to the North, as well as a pledge to pursue improved bilateral relations. 

It is unclear whether North Korea has any intention of trading away its nuclear arsenal, but Trump seems convinced that Kim is ready to do so. 

“He’s de-nuking, I mean he’s de-nuking the whole place. It’s going to start very quickly. I think he’s going to start now,” the president said in a post-summit interview with ABC News.

N.Korea state media says Trump agreed to lift sanctions against North .
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said it was "urgent" for North Korea and the United States to halt "irritating and hostile military actions against each other" during talks on Tuesday with U.S. President Donald Trump, North Korea's state media said on Wednesday. North Korea and the United States should commit to avoid antagonizing each other and take legal, institutional steps to guarantee it, Kim said according to a report by the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA).The report added Trump said he "understood" and promised to halt joint U.S.-South Korea military exercises while talks with the North were continuing.

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