Trump thinks Kim will get rid of nukes 'virtually immediately'

'Alpha male' handshakes as Trump, Kim meet, but body language shows some nerves

'Alpha male' handshakes as Trump, Kim meet, but body language shows some nerves

Garrett Marquis, an NSC spokesman said in a statement: "The video was created by the National Security Council to help the president demonstrate the benefits of complete denuclearization, and a vision of a peaceful and prosperous Korean peninsula".

He also credited the fiery rhetoric unleashed by the two leaders over the past year and a half with propelling them to their landmark Singapore summit - the first-ever meeting between a sitting president and a North Korean leader.

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

Trump places his hand on Kim's back, nearly shoving him into the room.

Kim also patted Trump, in an attempt to assert control.

"A lot of pundits thought it was a mistake to meet with an unstable dictator - but Kim Jong Un said, 'You know what?"

Asked what happens next, Trump said: "I think he's gone back to get this done".

"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".

Karen Leong, Managing Director of Singapore-headquartered Influence Solutions, said Trump did not display any of the hostility seen at the G7 summit in Canada last week, during which the USA leader blasted allies including the European Union and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over trade. "Crazy" Castaldo said in a tweet, adding that he was trying to find out "why they used my company name". "I showed it to them today".

"The mere fact of the meeting between the leaders of the United States and North Korea is positive". The White House is marking the meeting down as a success after the two leaders signed an agreement to move the relationship forward, in addition to receiving a pledge the regime will denuclearize.