What we don't know about the Singapore summit

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Dems lack heir apparent this time MORE took a softer tone with the national news media on Tuesday during an interview with Fox News, telling host Sean Hannity that some mainstream outlets had been "very good" to him concerning his meeting with Kim Jong Un.

North Korean state media has also said President Trump had agreed during the summit to lift sanctions against the North as well as providing security guarantees.

During a sendoff ceremony at Pyongyang International Airport, Kim boarded a Chinese plane provided for his personal use after greeting senior officials who came to bid him farewell, KCNA reported.

Kim Jong Un may go to the bathroom like everybody else - but what happens when he flushes is like something out of a John le Carré spy novel.

Generations of North Korean leaders have made and broken promises before - this Administration's success will be judged on whether it can eliminate Kim's nuclear weapons and verify they are gone.

Mr Trump said he urged Mr Kim and other North Korean officials to watch the four-minute video during the Singapore summit. "And he has that opportunity, and he won't have that opportunity again".

Trump and Kim met on Tuesday for a historic diplomatic summit.

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Jim Rogers, legendary investor and chairman of Rogers Holdings, told FOX Business that the prospect of peace between the USA and North Korea may bring an economic surge to the Korean Peninsula. India, the world's largest democracy, and North Korea, the world's most isolated country (till about last month). are not enemies for sure. North Korea has "been consistent in its message to the United States for the past decades, you know, 'We want, in exchange for denuclearization, a fundamental resolution to the Korean War, '" she said.

The summit capped a swift and astonishing turn of events that began on New Year's Day with a pledge by Kim to reach out to the world now that his nuclear forces have been completed.

Trump lavished praise on Kim Jong Un during a historic summit in Singapore while continuing trade-related attacks on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and some Koreans who now call Canada home say they're struck by how the president seems to be turning on an ally while failing to question the conduct of a dictator.

"He trusts me, I believe, I really do", Trump said of Kim. "It was brutal. But a lot of people started to focus on what was going on, including North Korea".

Ambassador Joseph DeTrani, who served as a top US negotiator with Pyongyang before the last attempt at diplomacy broke down in 2009, was more optimistic.

Many agreements have been made in the past with North Korea that have later fallen apart, and ahead of the meeting, critics expressed concerns that it risked being more about headlines than substantive progress.

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