The president broke diplomatic norms in hopes of de-nuking North Korea. But the dealmaker-in-chief got little to nothing in Singapore.
Trump reportedly told French President Emmanuel Macron that "all the terrorists are in Paris."
Trump urged photographers to make him and the North Korean leader look "handsome and thin."
Donald Trump's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may last only a few hours—but that's enough time to worry leaders in Beijing and Tokyo.
President Donald Trump's top economic adviser launched a unusually critical campaign against Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Sunday morning, and placed the blame on Canada for Trump's refusal to sign the G-7 joint agreement.
The Russian leader spoke as Trump prepares to meet with Kim Jong Un.
Alongside Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, President Trump remarked on his upcoming summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Asked if he would welcome Kim Jong Un to the U.S. after the Singapore summit, Trump said, "Yes."
"We will definitely make sure he gets the best room the hotel has to offer," the CEO of HotelPlanner.com said of his hotel offer to Kim.
The historic summit has already been endangered once by incendiary remarks from Trump's White House.
"North Korea can build nukes and ICBMs, but claim they are too poor to pay for foreign travel costs," a Korea expert said.
Trump cancelled his summit with Kim Jong Un but later suggested it could still go ahead.
An official newspaper blamed U.S. "hack media on the payroll of power" for insinuating that North Korea was pursuing talks to get an economic handout.
Pyongyang's rhetoric went ballistic after comments by National Security Adviser Bolton and Vice President Pence, prompting the announcement that the historic U.S.-North Korea summit was off—at least for now.