Singapore summit a 'crucial and necessary step'

Trump 'Felt Foolish' for Threatening North Korea But Says He 'Had No Choice'

Trump 'Felt Foolish' for Threatening North Korea But Says He 'Had No Choice'

Trump told ABC's George Stephanopoulous that he can only assess Kim based on their meeting.

However, cultural differences also need to be taken into account when analysing the exchange, according to Australian expert Allan Pease.

"The video was created by the NSC to help the President demonstrate the benefits of complete denuclearization, and a vision of a peaceful and prosperous Korean Peninsula", Marquis said in a Wednesday statement to HuffPost. Toward the end of the meeting.

Castaldo, who identifies politically as Independent, says his company produces "inspirational" movies that "have something to say", and doesn't think Trump's film quite fit the bill for his stamp of approval.

Trump, however, maintained control over the chat by patting Kim, and using his hand to guide him, who is nearly half his age, into the room.

When asked about the film at a press conference on Tuesday, Trump defended it as a masterstroke which he had sprung on Kim and his entourage. He mainly looked down, listening, as Trump spoke, but did look up at several times during the conversation. "I think so", he replied, adding "if it doesn't mean that, we will never get a deal".

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During the interview, the president praised "President for Life" Xi Jinping and pointed out North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Trump himself addressed the video Tuesday and played it for reporters, noting it was brought to Singapore on an iPad.

Still, Trump's desire for dominance was on display. "To convey what they wanted to see or what's in store for the future".

For example, Trump boasted on Wednesday that "There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea", bewildering the host.

"Past practices and prejudices were obstacles on our way forward, but we overcame all of them and are here today". This contrasted with Kim, who had comparatively less to lose, having already scored a major win through Trump's agreement to meet him.

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