WASHINGTON – The White House reviews that negotiations with North Korea have moved “more quickly than expected,” which prompted a change in schedule, with the summit now slated to start at 9 am on Tuesday in Singapore.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says President Donald Trump is “well prepared” for the historic assembly with dictator Kim Jong Un.
“I can only say this,” Pompeo mentioned. “We are prepared to take what will be security assurances that are different, unique than America’s been willing to provide previously.”
Trump spoke briefly to reporters, saying he hopes for a “nice” consequence to the talks and that denuclearization stays the last word aim.
The commander in chief beforehand mentioned the assembly can be about “attitude” and would know within the first minute if Kim is severe about eradicating nuclear weapons from his nation.
“I will know. Just my touch, my feel. That’s what I do,” Trump mentioned over the weekend.
The president plans to carry a information convention following the summit at four pm in Singapore.
It’s throughout that point Trump plans to disclose the progress made and if the summit was a success.