North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is promising big change.
Not only has he vowed to end all of his nuclear programs, he’s also vowing to the world that the past has been left behind.
Does that mean the dictator, who is known for egregious humanity abuses to his people and his enemies, will turn over a new leaf and rule his people with generosity and kindness?
Time will tell.
All we know now, is that President Trump is an amazing leader, with real strength and honor, and who just made the world a better place today.
President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un surprised reporters with an unscheduled signing of documents after their summit in Singapore on Tuesday.
The two leaders appeared in a room decorated with flags of both countries for the signing ceremony.
“We’re both very honored to sign the document. Thank you,” Trump said shortly.
Kim said that the meeting was “historic” and that the two leaders had “left the past behind.”
“The world will see a major change,” he said. “I would like to express my gratitude to President Trump to make this meeting happen.”
The pair signed documents which vowed to establish diplomatic relations between the two countries with a commitment from North Korea to denuclearize the Korean peninsula.