Vietnam hails Trump-Kim summit

MAGA Tears: Brace Yourself For The Epic Buffoonery Of Dennis Rodman At Trump-Kim Jong Un Summit

China has signed up for increasingly tough United Nations sanctions against its isolated neighbour following Pyongyang's repeated nuclear and missile tests, but has always said sanctions should be accompanied by talks for a political resolution.

Guterres believes the Trump-Kim summit is an important milestone in advancing peace and denuclearising the Korean Peninsula.

MORE: Dennis Rodman arrives in Singapore ahead of U.S.

Before Rodman's visit, one PotCoin was worth 7 cents (5p), with its entire market capitalisation being over $17 million (£12.7m), which is 0.01 percent of bitcoin's whopping $115 billion (£85bn) market cap.

The U.S. top diplomat is jetting to South Korea to brief the country's president as Asian allies try to parse the implications of the extraordinary nuclear summit in Singapore between President Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un.

President Donald Trump says on Twitter, "There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea", as he returns to the United States after his historic summit with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un. So let's make this happen. I knew things were doing to change. "If you can do certain things, I will listen, my ears will be open, '" he added.

And I tried to do that to Obama, and Obama didn't even give me the time of day.

He had been imprisoned in North Korea from January 2016 after being sentenced to 15 years of hard labour for trying to steal an item bearing a propaganda slogan from his hotel, North Korea state media said. "I'm so happy", Rodman said. But that didn't deter me.

According to Rodman, Kim said he'd be "willing to talk" to Obama under certain conditions.

CNN's Chris Cuomo, appearing disturbed, awkwardly stared as Rodman rambled about Eddie Vedder from the 1990s rock group Pearl Jam, his former coach Phil Jackson and his self-promoting weed cryptocurrency t-shirt.

"And this is a true story and I've got my people who heard the conversation", Rodman said.

"There's a lot more depth there than I think meets the eye. From Day 1. I felt like I owe it to myself and the people of the world". I knew it. I was the only one. But I took those bullets, I took all of that.

Rodman said he doesn't want to take any credit; he is just "thankful" to be where he is. This is what we voted for-and hopefully it yields results. The goal was peace and denuclearization.

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