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North-Korea summit: How we got here
A look back at the most important moments in the run-up to the historic meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong-Un.
SINGAPORE-A select few of President Trump’s closest aide-de-camp to witness and participate in the historic summit meeting on Tuesday with North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un, according to new details released by the White house says, the discussion about the sit-down “have moved faster than expected.”
A White house statement confirmed that Trump and the reclusive North Korean leader will meet at 9 a.m. local time on Tuesday (9 p.m. ET on Monday) in Singapore.
You first have to capture a one-to-one meeting with the translator, only the first meeting ever between a U.S. President and North Korea’s leader – and Trump is the first opportunity to measure, Kim’s willingness to negotiate on dismantling its nuclear weapons program.
From there, according to the White house, will meet with Secretary of state Mike Pompeo, Chief of Staff, John Kelly, and National security adviser John Bolton to expand.
As first reported by Fox News, a work will be kept to eat, including the Press Secretary, Sarah Sanders; National Security Council Senior Director for Asia, Matt Pottinger; Sung Kim, U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines, and a former North Korea policy official.
Kim Jong-Un is expected to deliver a small contingent, including Kim Yong-Chol, visited Trump at the White house in the run-up to the summit, a letter from the North Korean dictator.
The details will fall into place in a rapid pace. A State Department spokesman said that U.S. and North Korean delegations, a second meeting in the run-up to the summit.
Pompeo told reporters earlier on Monday that the United States “denuclearize ready, security guarantees” for North Korea, if you.
The summit is set to kick-off with a handshake between Trump and Kim, a symbolic image, it can define the future of millions of people.
The US President said on Saturday that he understood the nuclear arsenal will give Kim his intentions “within the first minute of” to meet him, and whether he is ready to.
“I have the feeling that Kim Jong Un wants something great for his people,” Trump said at a press conference in Canada during the G7 summit at the weekend. “It is a one-time shot, and I find it works very well.”
But he also urged caution, adding that “there is a good chance it will not work,” and that “there is probably an even better chance, it is time.”
“I think the minimum would be relationship. You would start at least a dialogue, because, you know, as a business person, I have done very well deals with the” Trump said of his expectations.
Pyongyang indicated that it may be open to get rid of their nuclear weapons in exchange for U.S. security guarantees and other benefits, although some believe that it reinforces unrealistic as the nuclear arsenal, Kim’s grip on the country and discourages all-out attacks against them.
But the two sides could agreement with a peace that formally end the Korean war. Trump also raised the possibility of another summit in the future.
Bolton, meanwhile, is reportedly heavily involved in the process and be present at all significant meetings, Fox News said.
This is of importance, such as Bolton, an alarm is triggered in Pyongyang, after he proposed, the application of the “Libya model” was killed to the North Korea – Libya’s Muammar Al-Gaddafi, in an uprising, and the years after that, he gave the program the country’s weapons-of-mass-destruction -.
Fox News’ Judson Berger, Lukas Mikelionis and The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Serafin Gomez is a White House Producer for FOX News Channel, which is also in the election of 2016 as a special events & politics producer and former special correspondent for Fox News Latino. Fin formerly worked as the Miami Bureau Producer for Fox News Channel, where he covered Florida politics & Latin America. Follow him on Twitter: @Finnygo