Prawns and Haagen-Dazs on the menu as Trump-Kim meet

US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during the Singapore Summit

Just a few months ago, U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korea's young dictator, Kim Jong Un, were trading insults and threatening nuclear war. The two leaders signed a document that pledges to renew U.S. "To show vision and leadership - or not?" They sat across the table from Kim and his team.

Castaldo, who identifies politically as Independent, says his company produces "inspirational" movies that "have something to say", and doesn't think Trump's film quite fit the bill for his stamp of approval. "We didn't have a big screen like you [the media] have the luxury of having, we didn't need it because we had it on a cassette and an iPad".

Footage from the event shows U.S. president and the North Korean leader preparing to take their seats on opposite sides of a dining room table at the Capella Hotel on the resort island of Sentosa.

After their bilateral meeting at the Capella hotel in Singapore's Sentosa island, Trump and Kim met for a working lunch along with their aides.


And for his part, Kim, speaking via a translator, said he believed he and Trump had overcome past obstacles, The Hill reported.

"The discussions between the United States and North Korea are ongoing and have moved more quickly than expected", the White House said in a statement.

Speaking at a press conference after the signing, President Trump also suggested the US would suspend its joint-military exercises with South Korea in exchange for denuclearization, calling them "very provocative".

But Kim did not respond to press questions on whether he would give up nuclear weapons, Mediaite reported, while President Trump stated he looked forward to lifting sanctions on the isolated nation.

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