Secluded luxury resort chosen for Trump-Kim summit in Singapore

Aaron Brown
June 7, 2018

The President's statement comes a day after Singapore designated a special event area of the Sentosa island tourist resort for Tuesday's historic summit, which is expected to be covered by over 2,500 journalists from across the world.

Rodman, who fancies himself a sports ambassador to North Korea, said that he did not "want to take all the credit" for laying the groundwork for the summit. "Discussions have been very positive, and significant progress has been made", Sanders said.

After meeting Kim Yong-chol, a high-ranking North Korean official, Trump had told the media on June 1 that he did not like the term "maximum pressure" as ties with North Korea have been improving.

The former NY mayor, now Trump's legal adviser, said there was no choice but to cancel the summit after Kim Jong Un insulted the vice president and threatened nuclear war.

Last month, Trump canceled the summit following threatening language by Kim and the North Koreans.

The former National Basketball Association star, nicknamed "The Worm", has formed a bromance with North Korea leader Kim Jong-un after a visit to the rogue nation in 2013.

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The government has said police would make stricter checks of people and personal belongings and items such as public address systems and remotely piloted aircraft system would be prohibited. "They're very powerful, and we would not take those sanctions off unless North Korea denuclearises", she said.

White House spokesperson Sarah Sanders made the announcement during a regular press briefing, adding that significant progress had been made in discussions between USA representative and their North Korean counterparts. I think it's going to be a process.

North Korea is believed to favour a phased denuclearisation, where economic benefits will come into effect alongside a rolling back of its nuclear programme.

"I am getting a lot of requests from Japan and Korea", said an executive from one of the five-star hotels in Singapore.

Schumber added: "We're all hoping the president will succeed in rooting for peace".

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