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Prawns and Haagen-Dazs on the menu as Trump-Kim meet

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Deanna Wagner | 13 June, 2018, 03:41

US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un are chatting over a lunch of beef short ribs, sweet and sour crispy pork, and braised codfish at their historic summit in Singapore.

He gestured for an aide to open the door to the vehicle - many of whose features are highly classified - and even appeared to be inviting the North Korean despot in for a look around. -North Korean relations and sees North Korea pledge to "work towards complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula". "They also seem to think President Trump might be able to get a good deal, even though no one has a clue as to what that deal might entail".

"We are hopeful this summit will have set the conditions for future successful talks", Pompeo said on Monday evening. Trump showed the video to the gathered media ahead of his press conference and said he showed it to Kim. While an ICBM-armed nuclearized North Korea is indeed a major cause for concern for the world, Twitter and Instagram appeared to have their thoughts elsewhere, with the two leaders becoming the subject of quite a few memes.

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Senior officials on the USA side who attended the working lunch between the U.S. president and the North Korean leader included the Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, the White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, the President's National Security Advisor John Bolton and his Press Secretary Sarah Sanders. I think we're going to have a great discussion.

The last-minute change of schedule came as both sides finalized preparations for the meeting.

And for his part, Kim, speaking via a translator, said he believed he and Trump had overcome past obstacles, The Hill reported.