President Trump has touched down in Singapore for the summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un. If all goes well, Trump may broker a peace which will set a new bar for American foreign policy.
Trump and North Korea’s Kim in Singapore for historic Tuesday summit
U.S. President Donald Trump arrived in Singapore on Sunday for a historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that could lay the groundwork for ending a nuclear stand-off between the old foes and the transformation of the isolated Asian nation.
Trump flew into Singapore’s Paya Lebar Air Base aboard Air Force One, looking to strike a deal that will lead to the denuclearization of one of America’s bitterest foes. He came from a divisive G7 meeting in Canada with some of Washington’s closest allies that further strained global trade ties.
After stepping down from Air Force One on a steamy tropical night, Trump was greeted by Singapore Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan.
Asked by a reporter how he felt about the summit, Trump said: “Very good”.
North Korea’s Kim landed in Singapore earlier on Sunday.
When Trump and Kim meet on Tuesday at Sentosa, a resort island off Singapore’s port with a Universal Studios theme park and man-made beaches, they will be making history.
President Trump arrives for the historic #TrumpKimSummit in #Singapore. Watch live visuals on https://t.co/OxEFGlw7aN pic.twitter.com/y7Qjk7TPNG
— WION (@WIONews) June 10, 2018
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