On May 10, Trump announced he would hold a summit with Kim in Singapore and has since indicated he would try to reach an agreement to formally end the 1950-53 Korean War. "But I can not imagine they'll reach a peace treaty" in Singapore, Hill said.
"He could take that nation with those great people and truly make it great, so it's a one-time, it's a one-time shot, and I think it's going to work out very well", Trump said.
"Nobody started talking about a meeting between Kim Jong Un and President Trump until we suggested it at the Olympics", Alan added, referring to their appearance at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in February.
Before hastily setting off on Air Force One early from the Quebec resort summit for Tuesday's sit-down in Singapore with North Korea's Kim Jong Un, Trump spoke to a gaggle of reporters claiming the annual G-7 gathering could be reduced to "G-6 plus one". a clear knock at its neighbor Canada.
The standard thinking goes that he needs quick help to stabilize and then rebuild an economy that has suffered amid a decades-long pursuit of nuclear bombs, and that the North Koreans see a unique chance to win concessions, legitimacy and protection from a meeting with a highly unconventional US president who's willing to consider options past American leaders would not. So, the president, I can imagine him saying, 'We've agreed on this peace treaty, ' which is what we said in 2005. "When the government says, there is prosperity in terms of food and rice, we see it ourselves and see that there is a drought and there is no food for us", Kim said.
"I think within the first minute I'll know" if North Korea is serious about a deal, said the president, who then touted his dealmaking abilities.
"My touch. My feel". That's what I do.
"And I'll know whether or not will happen fast. I think I'll also know whether it will happen fast". "So, I think that could happen".
He previously also made an appearance at the Winter Olympics in Gangneung in South Korea in February, bewildering North Korean cheerleaders who initially thought their leader had walked into a hockey stadium.
But after a cooling of the rhetoric, both sides began forging tentative contacts that eventually saw Mike Pompeo - the former head of the Central Intelligence Agency who is now secretary of state - meet Kim in Pyongyang.
"We're much better off than we were at the beginning of the year, when no one we knew or trusted had direct experience with Kim Jong-un", he wrote.
The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority of Singapore (ICA) said Lee Howard Ho Wun arrived at Changi Airport at about 3.30 am on June 8 and was interviewed about 45 minutes later.
"I think it would be an asset to have Russian Federation in", he said. "And, by the way, we have worked very well with their people", he said.
Far removed from the tough talk and deep mistrust that has characterised worldwide relations with Pyongyang, a group of young Singaporean professionals are quietly making personal connections and building bridges with their peers in North Korea. "I think the USA was played by North Korea, and to some extent by South Korea", Kristof said when we met at the New York Times office this week.