President Trump said he believes that Kim Jong Un will begin dismantling North Korea's nuclear arsenal "virtually immediately" after the two leaders met in a historic summit in Singapore. "But to me a success is when it gets done". I think he loved it.
Trump gave Kim several pats on the arm after the handshake, which Boross described as a "control indicator".
POTUS's praise of Kim prompted Baier to ask why he would say such nice things about a "killer".
Garrett Marquis, an NSC spokesman said in a statement: "The video was created by the National Security Council to help the president demonstrate the benefits of complete denuclearization, and a vision of a peaceful and prosperous Korean peninsula".
Sometimes I felt foolish doing it.
"Past practices and prejudices were obstacles on our way forward, but we overcame all of them and are here today". "At the appropriate time, it will be". I am sure he would like that. "It was never on the table", Trump said.
Speaking to Baier, the president denied that the recent G-7 summit with other world leaders in Quebec was "rocky", and elaborated on his call for Russian Federation to be reinstated to the group.
Russian Federation was ousted from the group- made up of France, Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan, United Kingdom and the US -following its annexation of Crimea in 2014.
On Monday night's The Ingraham Angle, Wallace said that it's "almost surreal" to see Trump and Kim, "who just months ago were launching verbal ICBMs at each other", standing together and shaking hands. "I'm for the United States".
Mark Castaldo, the founder of Destiny Pictures based in Los Angeles, tweeted that he woke up to "100s of emails and calls from all over the world" after his company's name was bizarrely credited in Trump's dramatized video shown at the summit in Singapore. The New York Times rounded up plenty of feedback good (a "clever move") and bad ("I was gobsmacked") here, but it also went a step further.