Published: Wed, June 13, 2018

Trump, Kim chat over lunch of beef short ribs

Trump, Kim chat over lunch of beef short ribs

Trump and Kim signed a document on Tuesday stating that Pyongyang would work toward "complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula".

Projecting authority comes easily to Trump, who as a global leader, businessman and former television personality is well-versed in using body language effectively.

The four-minute video in Korean and English was made in the style of an extended action movie trailer and portrayed Kim and Trump as men of destiny with the future of the world in their hands.

Trump also recognized on Tuesday during a press conference that he could potentially be wrong about trusting Kim.

He then laid out, "Trump wanted to make it look like he did something big".

"If you didn't know who these people were, you'd say the big guy was the father and the little guy is the son".

There was news from the summit, Colbert said.

A photograph showing Trump sitting with his arms folded as German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks was seen as defining the acrimonious nature of those talks. They said it couldn't be done, they scoffed.

"They both want to show dominance and that is why there's this bone-crushing handshake".

CNN's "New Day" played a montage of old clips showing a number of Fox News hosts and Republican politicians ripping Obama on the network for saying during the 2008 presidential campaign that he'd meet with some of the United States' "enemies". Writing for Forbes, Michael Shellenberger saw value in the video, writing, "As cheesy as the video is, it's precisely the vision of a high-energy planet that poor nations generally, and North Korea particularly, need right now".

Trump told ABC's George Stephanopoulous that he can only assess Kim based on their meeting.

He also called for the National Security Council to have a transcript of all interactions with the "brutal, nuclear-armed dictator".

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