What's in the document that Kim and Trump signed?

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The president is now in Singapore, just hours away from his historic meeting with Kim. "The world will see a major change".

The Associated Press reports Trump was originally scheduled to depart early Wednesday morning, however he will now leave Tuesday night after a day of meetings with Kim and other leaders of North Korea.

While President Trump has spoken positively about the upcoming summit, he has been vague on details of what they might be able to actually achieve.

Trump says that his one-on-one meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was "very, very good" and that the two have an "excellent relationship".

Kim's summit with Trump has captured intense global attention after a turn to diplomacy in recent months after serious fears of war past year amid North Korean nuclear and missile tests. They then resumed their walk. "There were obstacles but we overcame them to be here".

"I think better than anybody could've expected", Trump told reporters at the time, as Kim smiled beside him.

It marked the first time in history that a North Korean leader was meeting with a sitting US president. I thought I was going to play basketball and meet the people and that was it.

Neither Trump nor Kim gave any indication about the contents of the document, though the president said he would elaborate for the media later Tuesday.

Critics of Trump, however, were quick to point out that the US president had given legitimacy to a murderous regime responsible for the starvation and death of tens of millions of people.

Asked to describe Kim, Rodman said the autocratic leader was "like a big kid" who wants to have a good time, but is "trying to protect his people" and his honor.

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The United States and the DPRK commit to hold follow-on negotiations led by the US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, and a relevant high-level DPRK official, at the earliest possible date, to implement the outcomes of the US-DPRK summit.

He flew into Singapore late Monday to be present for the historic first summit between the two leaders.

Reuters quoted body language experts saying that despite the cordial words, the pair exhibited subconscious signs of nerves.

Mr Trump was quickly criticised on Twitter for his comments praising the North Korean leader.

The leader of North Korea Kim Jong Un proclaimed his "firm and unwavering commitment to complete denuclearization" of the Korean peninsula, following a landmark meet between the two leaders in Singapore.

Pompeo added the U.S.is "hopeful" the summit will "set the conditions for future productive talks".

Sanctions will remain until North Korea completely and verifiably eliminates its weapons of mass destruction programs, he added.

Sen. Lindsey Graham said on Sunday that military force should be the "last resort" to ending the nuclear threat in North Korea, if diplomatic measures fail to make progress.

Trump, who is seeking to persuade Kim to abandon his nuclear weapons program, called it "my honor" as he became the first sitting USA president to sit down with a North Korean leader. "I join all the people in ardently aspiring for the success of the summit to bring complete denuclearization and peace to us".

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