Singapore to mint Trump-Kim commemorative medallion

  • Singapore to mint Trump-Kim commemorative medallion

Singapore to mint Trump-Kim commemorative medallion

When President Donald Trump meets with North Korean dictator Kim Jon-Un next week in Singapore, former National Basketball Association star Dennis Rodman will be on hand, according to a report from the New York Post.

He's set to meet with Kim at the Capella Hotel in Singapore on Tuesday.

In April, South Korean adviser Chung-in Moon was even more specific, saying North Korea might be interested in welcoming a McDonald's if tensions between the USA and North Korea ease, according to the Chicago Tribune. "Discussions have been very positive, and significant progress has been made", Sanders said.

North Korea responded with a conciliatory statement, and the US resumed plans for the meeting, which is scheduled for June 12 in Singapore.

The former NY mayor, now Trump's legal adviser, said there was no choice but to cancel the summit after Kim Jong Un insulted the vice president and threatened nuclear war.

According to North Korea's state-run Korean Central News Agency, "a disgusting terrorists' group" directed by CIA and South Korean spies "ideologically corrupted" a North Korean dissident identified as "Kim" and paid the man more than $20,000 to carry out the attack. "They're just excited; if we can make it happen, it's great", Hentschel said.

Meanwhile Rudy Giuliani, Mr Trump's lawyer, said that Kim got "on his hands and knees and begged" for the summit to be rearranged after Mr Trump cancelled it.

Two people familiar with the relationship between Pompeo and Bolton said Pompeo is skeptical of Bolton and does not trust his views on dealing with North Korea.

She added that Trump is getting daily briefings on North Korea in the runup to the landmark meeting.

After the meeting, Mr Trump said Kim Jong-un was committed to denuclearisation, and that the letter was "a very nice letter, a very interesting letter". "We're not paying for their expenses". "It's not - I never said it goes in one meeting". And as the president stated, we have sanctions on.

The on-again-off-again summit is expected to focus on USA efforts to get North Korea to abandon its nuclear program.