Kim Jong Un: 'The World Will See A Major Change'

Chris Menahan
Jun. 12, 2018

President Trump and Kim Jong Un signed a "historic document" Tuesday morning in Singapore with Kim saying the two have "decided to leave the past behind."

"Today we had a historic meeting and decided to leave the past behind, and we are about to sign a historic document," Kim said. "The world will a see a major change."

From NPR:
President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un signed a document at the conclusion of a day of meetings in a historic summit in Singapore, with the president promising that denuclearization would come "very, very soon" and Kim announcing that "the world will see a major change."

"We're very proud of what took place today," Trump said. "We both want to do something, we both are going to do something, and we've developed a very special bond."

"People are going to be very impressed, people are going to be very happy and we're going to deal with a very big and dangerous problem for the world," the president said as the two signed documents, the details of which were not immediately made public.

"It worked out for both of us better than any of us could have expected. This is going to lead to more and more and more. It's an honor to be with you, it's a great honor," he said to Kim.

Kim thanked Trump for making the summit possible.
Trump also said he'll "absolutely" invite Kim to the White House:

Kim's security team made sure his signing pen wasn't poisoned in anyway:

Trump earlier showed Kim, who ambassador Dennis Rodman said was "like a big kid," his presidential limo:

This was a great first step.

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