Sentosa to host Trump-Kim meet

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un "begged" President Donald Trump to reschedule their summit meeting after Trump abruptly canceled it last month, Trump's personal lawyer, Rudolph Giuliani said Wednesday.

A public order published today has outlined Sentosa and its Harbourfront linkway to the main island as a gazetted area, where extra security measures such as body and bag checks will be enforced on anyone entering the zone.

Trump is also looking to host Kim for a follow-up summit at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, Bloomberg reported.

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

Since a beaming Kim held a summit in April with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, the In & Out cafe in Jeonju city, three hours south of the capital Seoul, has been serving lattes decorated with frothy images of the two leaders. His views are tempered by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who has spearheaded the effort on North Korea.

Giuliani, who is an attorney for the president, recommended the Trump administration to adopt the same approach with Palestinians.

Giuliani is not an official part of the Trump Administration, and is on the president's payroll as a lawyer defending him in the special counsel investigation on his campaign's ties to Russian operatives.

Others pointed out that Giuliani's frequent interventions in matters that he has no expertise in, or is not eligible to speak on, might be a sign of his growing appetite for a senior post at the White House, which Trump is unwilling or unable to provide.

But North Korea responded harshly.

The parley is back on after the United States president canceled it in late May citing the "tremendous anger and open hostility" in a statement from North Korea.

"Kim is also likely to fly to Singapore through China's airspace to ensure his security, so that he gets China's protection on his way to Singapore", Lee said.

"I think we're over that, totally over that, and now we're going to deal and we're going to really start a process", Trump said.

"You've got to lose some weight too", says the banner for the gym, which shows a photograph of the portly North Korean leader next to a bikini-clad woman. Add North Korea as an interest to stay up to date on the latest North Korea news, video, and analysis from ABC News.

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