'When I came in people thought we were probably going to war with North Korea.
During an impromptu interview on Friday's edition of Fox & Friends, President Trump indicated that he'd like it if Americans, particularly his staff in the White House, treated him the same way North Koreans treat totalitarian dictator Kim Jong Un.
"I'm going to be calling North Korea", he said.
"If Trump had the power that Kim Jong Un does.and the lack of effect if he, quote, 'breaks the law, ' I believe that Trump would be murdering as many enemies as Kim Jong Un does", Schwartz said on MSNBC's "AM Joy".
The two leaders signed a document pledging to work towards complete denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula.
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"Regardless of the smiles in the summit, many in Japan, South Korea, and the U.S. Congress doubt that North Korea is honest in its intentions", Axios reveals from the report.
"You know why? Because I don't want to see a nuclear weapon destroy you and your family", Trump said.
However 56% of respondents said it's too early to say whether the summit will mean a better relationship between the US and North Korea.
"During our conversation, I emphasized the tremendous new prosperity, security, and opportunity that awaits North Korea when they denuclearise. But I think we understand each other", he said.
In a video message released later by the White House, Trump said Tuesday's summit with the young North Korean leader in Singapore was "open, direct and very, very productive".
Trump administration insists agreement means North Korea will denuclearize
Dr Shin Beom Chul of the Asan Institute for Policy Studies said the halting of joint drills is worrying to South Korean people. The statement came despite the lack of concrete proof that North Korea will discontinue its nuclear program.
President Trump has revealed that he gave Kim his personal phone number. and that they might make a call some time this weekend. "I gave him credibility".
"We have a really great relationship for the first time ever", Trump told Doocy.
'He gave us the remains of our great heroes, ' Trump said, nothing North Korea has pledged to return remains of USA soldiers from the Korean war.
"I did a great job this weekend", Trump said.
North Korea runs a particularly brutal regime with unparalleled restrictions on citizenry and its vast gulag system. "I can now call him", he said. "I came in, that was what I inherited". "Why aren't we being reimbursed?" he demanded, returning to his long-standing claim that United States allies like South Korea should repay the costs of their defense. "Don't let anyone think anything different", Trump continued. "I could go through a lot of nations where a lot of bad things were done".
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With tongue in cheek, he added, "I want my people to do the same".