Trump and Kim Jong Un concluded an extraordinary summit Tuesday with the signing of the document, which the U.S. president described as "pretty comprehensive". "We're going to have a great discussion and a terrific relationship".
Kim and Trump signed the "historic" document after their Singapore meeting.
They want the U.S.to negotiate with Kim Jong Un even though they doubt the North Koreans would ever concede on the main sticking point between our countries: "nuclear weapons", Daron Shaw, a pollster who worked on gathering the Fox News results said.
"Featuring President Donald Trump and Chairman Kim Jong Un in a meeting to remake history, to shine in the sun".
The much-anticipated summit marked the first ever meeting between a top DPRK leader and a sitting USA president.
The video made a dramatic pitch for the benefits of peace between the two Cold war-era rivals laying out the opportunities that could come with an agreement to eliminate North Korea's nuclear arsenal - a story about "two men, two leaders, one destiny".
And speaking several hours into their meeting, Trump said it had been: "A really fantastic meeting".
"We are going to take care of the very big and very risky problem for the world", Trump said at the signing ceremony, adding that his meeting with Kim was "far better than anybody even predicted". Did Trump hire them to make the movie? The two leaders and their translators will be the only ones attending their meeting, which might present an additional complication to their diplomacy.
But Trump told a press conference after his summit with Kim on Tuesday that sanctions against the DPRK would be in place until Pyongyang completely denuclearizes.
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