Dennis Rodman says he will head to Singapore for Trump-Kim meeting

Dennis Rodman says he will head to Singapore for Trump-Kim meeting

Dennis Rodman says he will head to Singapore for Trump-Kim meeting

A woman walks past a cannon barrel stuffed with flowers in a symbolic gesture of peace at Fort Siloso in Singapore, as preparations continue for Tuesday's Trump-Kim summit.

How? "Just my touch, my feel, that's what I do", Trump said.

Mike Pompeo said Thursday that Kim Jong-un had personally assured him that, "he is prepared to denuclearize".

Trump departed for Singapore on Saturday after attending the G7 summit in Canada. "So it's a one-time, it's a one-time shot, and I think it's going to work out very well", Trump said. "We have to get denuclearisation, we have to get something going".

'We talked about ending the war, ' Trump said at the White House after his meeting earlier this month with senior North Korean envoy Kim Yong Chol.

"If I think it won't happen, I'm not going to waste my time. And if I think it won't happen I'm not going to waste my time, I'm not going to waste his time". "But I think it will take a little bit of time".

When he previously appeared at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in South Korea with the same Donald Trump lookalike, he was escorted out by security after waving and dancing in front of North Korea´s cheerleaders.

Beyond the speculation over motivation, however, Trump and Kim Jong-un may face huge obstacles to settling a deal on their own; some even question whether a treaty, if they managed to pull it off, could lead to disaster, not peace.

"(They) asked me what my political views were and if I have been involved with protests in other countries", he said, adding that he was told to stay away from Sentosa Island and the Shangri-La, two areas that are designated "special event areas" for the summit.

"I'd like to accomplish more than that", Trump said. "You don't know. This has not been done before at this level".

People living here have only know the disappointment of nearly 70 years of broken promises.

Questions remain about what a deal on the North's nuclear weapons would look like. The site "affords added security and, from the Singaporean, U.S., and North Korean government perspective, has the added benefit of better muzzling protesters and human rights activists", he said. "You ever hear that one?" The impersonator, who would give only his stage name Howard X, said he was held by immigration authorities for two hours before being released and told to steer clear of summit venues.

New York Times op-ed columnist and foreign policy expert Nicholas Kristof says South Korean President Moon Jae-in has brilliantly manipulated both Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un to get them to the same negotiating table. "That's why I feel positive, because it makes so much sense".

Trump reiterated his promise Saturday that the U.S.

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