Trump says USA North Korea summit in Singapore went well

US President, Donald Trump says his summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, has been a success.

Trumps says he’s secured an understanding that the North will work toward denuclearisation.

READ: Oh no, Trump lied in front of cameras

And the U.S. would end joint military exercises with South Korea.

Speaking to Joanne Joseph, EWN reporter Steve Vines said the body language was very cordial.

What happened in its wake was that people were dazzled by the event itself, after all this is the first time that the president of the United States met the leader of North Korea.

Steve Vines, EWN reporter

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