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  • Singapore hotel offers 250 free Trump-Kim burgers to celebrate summit      

    Singapore: A luxury hotel in Singapore today distributed 250 special Trump-Kim burgers with American and Korean taste among public to celebrate the historic summit and allow people to enjoy the friendship while eating. The mini burgers were snapped up by people within 25 minutes, The Straits Times reported. The Royal Plaza on Scotts hotel, jumping onto the Trump-Kim summit bandwagon, gave away 250 special Trump-Kim burgers.

  • South Korea hails Trump-Kim summit as ‘talks of the century’ 

    Seoul: South Koreans erupted in applause today as Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un met for what local media billed as the “talks of the century”. As the historic first meeting between a sitting US president and North Korean leader began in Singapore, images of Trump and Kim exchanging handshakes and warm words drew jubilant reactions in Seoul and hopes for a new beginning with Pyongyang.

  • Kim Jong Un, Donald Trump sign joint statement at Singapore Summit

    Singapore: After coming face to face for the first time in history, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump signed a joint statement here on Tuesday. “We’re signing a very important document, pretty comprehensive document, and we’ve had a really great time together, a great relationship… More will be discussed at a press conference soon,” The New Straits Times quoted Trump as saying.

  • White House restricts US press access to Kim Jong Un summit

    Singapore, The White House restricted journalists’ access to parts of President Donald Trump‘s summit with Kim Jong Un today despite long-standing arrangements intended to ensure the public is kept fully abreast of key presidential moments, such as the first meeting in history with a North Korean leader.

  • Mix of Western, Asian dishes served at Trump-Kim summit during lunch

    Singapore, US President Donald Trump today joined North Korean leader Kim Jong-un for a working lunch which had a mix of Western and Asian dishes, such as Korean stuffed cucumber and beef short rib confit with some Haagen-Dazs ice cream to top things off. After their bilateral meeting at the Capella hotel in Singapore’s Sentosa island, Trump and Kim met for a working lunch along with their aides.

  • Historic summit between Donald Trump, Kim Jong Un underway

    Changi : The much-awaited summit between the United States and North Korea is finally taking place in Singapore. US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met at a resort island of Sentosa along with their respective translators. They are expected to discuss several issues in their first ever expanded bilateral meeting.

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    Donald Trump to hold meeting with Singapore PM Hsien Loong ahead of US-North Korea summit

    Singapore: US President Donald Trump will today hold a meeting with Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, ahead of the historic US-North Korea summit tomorrow. The meeting between the two leaders will be followed by expanded bilateral meetings and a working lunch. White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said that the President, Secretary of State, White House Chief of Staff, and National Security Adviser have arrived in Singapore  for the June 12 summit.

  • US President Donald Trump refuses to sign G7 joint statement threatens to escalate trade war

    Quebec (Canada): US President Donald Trump has refused to sign a communique endorsed by the G-7, a move that threatens to snowball into a full-fledged trade war with his allies. Moments after Canada’s Justin Trudeau’s released the joint statement, noting it had been agreed to by all seven countries, Trump ripped through the façade of cordiality and accused the Canadian Prime Minister of making “false statements.”

  • G7 agreement may leave US out, Emmanuel Macron warns Donald Trump

    Quebec: The President of France warned on Thursday his counterpart, the US President, that the G7 Summit could end with an agreement signed by only six countries and without the US. “The American President may not mind being isolated, but neither do we mind signing a six country agreement if need be,” Macron said on Twitter, referring to the other G7 member states, France, Canada, Germany, Japan, the UK and Italy.

  • Donald Trump-Kim Jong-un meet to take place at 9 am on June 12: White House

    Washington: US President Donald Trump would meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at 9 am Singapore time on June 12, the White House announced today. “I can tell you the president has been receiving daily briefings on North Korea from his national security team, and I can also tell you the schedule tentatively, for that first meeting will be on June 12 at 9:00 AM Singapore time, and take place June 11,

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    Mexico will finance border wall says Donald Trump

    Washington: US President Donald Trump has insisted he will have Mexico pay for the construction of the border wall he has promised to build with the country. As Trump failed to get the US Congress to approve the wall being built with federal funds, he has returned to his initial proposal that it will be the Mexicans who finance the wall, reports Efe news.

  • Donald Trump, Shinzo Abe say ‘imperative’ to dismantle North Korean weapons

    Washington: US President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe agreed today that it is “imperative” to completely dismantle North Korea’s nuclear weapons and ballistic missile program, the White House said. The US and Japanese leaders will meet ahead of a much anticipated summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un back on schedule for June 12 in Singapore just days after Trump announced he was

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    Is Donald Trump’s phone secure enough? 

    San Francisco: US President Donald Trump has resisted installing security features on his phone designed to shield his communications because he thinks they are “too inconvenient” — making his cellphone potentially vulnerable to hacking. According to two senior administration officials, the President, who relies on cellphones to reach his friends and millions of Twitter followers, has rebuffed staff efforts to strengthen security around his phone use, Politico reported.

  • Summit with Kim Jong-un on June 12 “may not work out”: US President Donald Trump

    Washington: US President Donald Trump on Tuesday suggested that his historic summit with Kim Jong-un “may not work out” even as he asserted that the North Korean leader was “serious” about denuclearisation. Trump met his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in at the White House on Tuesday as the  fate of the much-awaited June 12 Singapore summit between him and Kim loomed large.