Trump announced the historic summit was back on track last Friday after an hour-long meeting with the top North Korean official. That's something we would typically do because to pull together a summit of this nature between two principles, the president and also Chairman Kim, requires a ton of work: logistical work, policy work, all of that.
Giuliani, who is an attorney for the president, recommended the Trump administration to adopt the same approach with Palestinians.
A separate White House official further rebuffed the notion that Rodman is working in tandem with the White House, saying they had "absolutely no knowledge of any US government contact with Dennis Rodman".
The report would need to include the location of the country's nuclear weapons and nuclear weapon research, development and production facilities, as well as the location of its ballistic missiles and facilities producing ballistic missiles.
Mr Kim has already had two meetings with South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
But the subject is hardly a priority for the businessman-turned-president, whose strategy appears to be in constant flux.
Kim Hyo-sun fills us in on the latest.
If the summit does go ahead, it will be the first time the leaders of America and North Korea have met. "That would be falling into a awful trap".
With a range of about 10,000km, the four-engine, modified Soviet jet Ilyushin Il-62M will be able to make a non-stop journey from North Korea to Singapore.
The president also said the summit is just the beginning of a series of talks to hammer out a denuclearization deal.
The government in Tokyo warned of the "grave impact" that U.S. tariffs could have on bilateral ties and the world trading system.