This week has been filled with major headlines across the nation and around the world. One America’s Rachel Acenas takes us through the top stories of the week.
President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un make history by signing an unwavering agreement to complete denuclearization.
Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong says the historic summit between President Trump and Kim Jong-Un will cost around $15 million.
Today, the prime minister held a press conference saying the city state is willing to cover the cost since the summit is giving Singapore international publicity.
More details continue to trickle out of the historic meetings in Singapore.
Today, the host country Singapore announced their prime minister will have individual meetings ahead of President Trump’s historical meeting with Kim Jong-Un.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is reportedly set to arrive in Singapore early for next week’s historic summit with President Trump.
President Trump suggests the idea of ending all tariffs on trade barriers between the U.S. and its G-7 allies. On Saturday, the president confirmed reports he offered the proposal at the end of the trade meeting Friday. Before departing the summit for Singapore, President Trump said ‘we should at least consider no tariffs, no barriers, scrapping all of it.’
President Trump is now headed to the historic summit with North Korea. Moment of truth for the president is almost underway, as the summit is set to take place at 9 a.m. local time on Monday, on Singapore’s Sentosa Island at the Capella Hotel. The island is located off the Singapore coast, separated from the hustle and bustle, and known widely for its luxury resorts.