MAKING HISTORY: President Trump Meets North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un

'Alpha male' handshakes as Trump, Kim meet, but body language shows some nerves

'Alpha male' handshakes as Trump, Kim meet, but body language shows some nerves

NSC staff named their fake production company "Destiny Pictures" as an apparent metaphor, unwittingly making the real Destiny Pictures, a small production outfit in Los Angeles, a target for bombardment from reporters trying to suss out the origins of the weird trailer.

The North Korean and American delegations sat down for a working lunch after a bilateral meeting between officials of both countries at the Capella hotel on Sentosa.

So devoid of detail was the document the two men signed, even Trump had to acknowledge, when boasting he got North Korea to commit to destroying a major missile testing site, that they "did not put it in the agreement because we did not have time".

Karen Leong, Managing Director of Singapore-headquartered Influence Solutions, said Trump did not display any of the hostility seen at the G7 summit in Canada last week, during which the USA leader blasted allies including the European Union and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over trade.

The video shows the possibilities of North Korea's future if it renounces nuclear weapons, with a rapid succession of colourful images of advanced technology and happy people.

The choice between the two scenarios was Kim's, the film implied.

Kim also patted Trump, in an attempt to assert control. "A lot of pundits think it was a mistake to meet with an unstable dictator, but Kim Jong Un said, 'You know what?" Toward the end of the meeting. "So it's a great honor", President Trump said at the signing ceremony early Tuesday morning.

"I think without the rhetoric we wouldn't have been here". "I may stand here before you in six months and say, 'Hey, I was wrong.' I don't know that I'll ever admit that, but I'll find some kind of an excuse".

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