Kim and Trump started their first summit with a historic handshake before a row of the national flags of the two countries that lasted for several seconds. "Probably, all the attention of our people is on Singapore".
Predicting a tremendous success of the summit, Trump said it was "an honor" to meet with Kim face-to-face and that he would have "a terrific relationship" with the DPRK leader. Earlier today, when the contents of the documents remained maddeningly vague, Kim assured reporters that "the world will see a major change".
The White House said the daylong summit would also include a working lunch and a larger meeting involving aides to both leaders.
North Korea also serves as a valuable buffer state between China and USA forces in South Korea.
Trump on Tuesday said that the drills cost the USA a lot of money.
Before Trump became president, Rodman appeared twice on his "Celebrity Apprentice" show and praised the billionaire real estate developer on Twitter during the 2016 presidential campaign. However, the South Carolina Republican noted that he is "not here to spread democracy" or to unite the North with South Korea.
Mr Trump said the pair had made "a lot of progress".
White House officials have said that Rodman would play no official role in the diplomatic negotiations.
"These discussions that will take place tomorrow between Chairman Kim and President Trump will set the framework for the hard work that will follow".
Rodman's trip was sponsored by PotCoin, a cryptocurrency company that gives marijuana businesses access to banking as an alternative to many financial institutions that will not do business with cannabis companies because marijuana is illegal under US federal law.
As we already know, Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un have made history today and they concluded their talks in Singapore by singing what the U.S. described as a "very comprehensive" document.
North Korea has previously said it was willing to discuss denuclearization, but experts have expressed concern over the varying definitions of the term held by Washington and Pyongyang.
"I do trust him, yeah", he told ABC's George Stephanopoulos.
Trump said in his press conference that US sanctions against North Korea will remain in effect as the country takes steps to dismantle its nuclear program. We have our hostages, testing, research and all missle launches have stoped, and these pundits, who have called me wrong from the beginning, have nothing else they can say!