Singapore summit: more than meets the eye?

  • Singapore summit: more than meets the eye?

Singapore summit: more than meets the eye?

As if Monday night weren't historic enough, given the meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, Basketball Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman made the night a bit more interesting. I said it, since when?

"Our alliances remain ironclad, and ensure peace and stability in the region", she said in the statement.

US President Donald Trump.

The president did not explain how the death of an American while being held hostage in North Korea led to peace, however.

'And Obama did not give me the time of day'.

"In coordination with our ROK (South Korean) partners, we will continue with our current military posture until we receive updated guidance from the Department of Defense and/or Indo-Pacific Command", the USFK said in a statement.

Rodman said that the White House contacted and thanked him.

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"If Trump could pull this off, more power to him", he explained.

Kim, Moon's spokesman, says Seoul is still trying to figure out the exact meaning and intent of Trump's comments.

He added: "I think what the "why" for Kim Jong-un is that he wants to draw out this process and see whether or not the Chinese call for the relaxation of sanctions is going to gain traction".

"We hope that the two countries' highest leaders can dispel interference, establish mutual trust, overcome difficulties and can reach a basic consensus on promoting and achieving the denuclearisation of the peninsula and promoting and establishing a peace mechanism for the peninsula", Mr Wang told reporters. Rodman didn't explain the conditions in detail, only mentioning that moving "ships" back from South Korea was part of them. "I just fell in love with the country".

"And this is a true story and I've got my people who heard the conversation", Rodman said.

Rodman also traveled to Singapore for the diplomatic talks, which his agent, Darren Prince, previously confirmed to CNN.

Mr Trump said last week that Mr Rodman had not been invited to the summit.