The two posed for pictures briefly before walking over to an awning and appeared quite cordial in their greeting, both smiling as they shook hands for a second time.
During their meeting, the two leaders signed a document that Mr. Trump described as "important" and "comprehensive", to conclude their meetings in Singapore. "I think he wants to de-nuke, without that, there's nothing to discuss", he added. "It's my honor and we will have a terrific relationship I have no doubt". Kim smiled as the translator interpreted Trump's comments, before issuing a brief statement of his own.
"It was not an easy path here", Kim said. "There were obstacles but we overcame them to be here".
Trump is due to meet with Kim on Singapore Sentosa Island Tuesday to push for a denuclearization plan for North Korea.
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Their agreement also included a commitment from Mr Kim to rid the Korean peninsula of nuclear weapons.
Critics of the summit leapt at the leaders' handshake and the moonlight stroll mr Kim took on Monday night along the glittering Singapore waterfront, saying it was further evidence that Mr Trump was helping legitimise Mr Kim on the world stage as an equal of the United States president.
In 2009, former President Bill Clinton met with Kim's father, Kim Jong Il, however not as the sitting US president. "What we are seeing right now, this is history". Believe it. We are here! "And it's my honor to be involved".
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Napolitano doubted that the current agreement will be sent to Congress for approval, but he praised Trump over the summit, saying he "looked more presidential this morning than I have ever seen him look".
Following the signing the US President added that the denuclearisation would start "very quickly".
It did not include an agreement to take steps towards ending the technical state of warfare between the U.S. and North Korea. Pompeo held firm to Trump's position that sanctions will remain in place until North Korea denuclearizes - and said they would even increase if diplomatic discussions did not progress positively. Pompeo said the summit should set the framework for "the hard work that will follow", insisting that North Korea had to move toward complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearisation.
The president, however, did not ignore the North Koreans' history of promises not kept.
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