Kim Jong Un: 'The World Will See A Major Change'Chris Menahan
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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."
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."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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