Kim Jong Un Promises ‘Major Change’ at Trump Signing Ceremony

Saagar Enjeti | White House Correspondent

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un promised historic change Tuesday while signing a letter to cap his summit with President Donald Trump in Singapore on denuclearization.

“Today, we had a historic meeting and decided to leave the past behind and we are about to sign the historic document,” Kim said. “The world will see a major change.” He also thanked Trump for the summit.

Trump expressed major optimism at the summit, saying, “We are very proud of what took place today. I think our whole relationship with North Korea and the Korean peninsula is going to be a very much different situation than it has in the past,” adding “people are going to be very impressed, people are going to be very happy, and we are going to take care of a very big and very dangerous problem for the world.”

Trump is expected to reveal more details about the letter he signed with Kim Jong Un in a later press event.

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William Hicks

Rodman, Kim and Trump have one thing in common. They all could benefit with a good barber. Applying success or failure to the Singapore Summit this early is foolish.

We’ll see how the “summit” results turn out when they do. I did not see the MSM or progressives suggest that the “Iran Deal” was dead on arrival even when it was on life support with billions of dollars of bribes. Give the Singapore Summit a chance to work out before you declare failure.

Citizen Reporter

Gerard: Yeah, saw Dennis in his MAGA hat this morning. Politics can be the art of what is practical.

As far as the agreement: well I’ll believe it when I see all the nuke stuff eliminated. But of more immediate concern is that madman’s violence on his own people and threat to SK,

Gerard Kapuscik


Clearly, the Diplomatic Devil lies in the Document Details.

Notwithstanding that, there is no doubt that geopolitical history was made today in Singapore.

Interestingly enough, I stumbled onto a URL of an interview with Dennis Rodman, conducted by CNN’s Chris Cuomo.

Odd as it may seem, Dennis Rodman may have been to Trump what Talleyrand was to Napoleon.

For as Talleyrand sagely observed, “The art of statesmanship is to foresee the inevitable and to expedite its occurrence.”