Twitter’s emoji for Trump’s North Korea nuclear summit is very weird

Twitter’s emoji for Trump’s North Korea nuclear summit is very weird

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"I think that very quickly I'll know that something good is going to happen", Trump said in Canada where we met leaders of other G7 economies.

The event-specific symbol features what appears to be a high-five between a hand representing the US president and one representing the North Korean dictator known for executing his political enemies and exiling large swaths of his nation to prison camps, where they face starvation and torture.

Mr Trump said: "We are going to have a great discussion and I think tremendous success. And it's my honor and we will have a terrific relationship, I have no doubt".

On his stroll, Kim had been briefed on urban development plans. "And Kim Jong-un came to me and said: "Dennis - you know what this is the first time someone has ever kept their word to me and my country".

US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un have met for an historic summit in Singapore today.

Moon, the son of North Korean war refugees, took office past year promising to seek engagement with the North only to be stymied by rising tensions amid a steady drumbeat of North Korean missile tests and saber rattling by Pyongyang and Washington. "It's awesome when I said those things, when I said those damn things, when I went back home, I got so many death threats", Rodman said.

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A man watches a television news screen showing US President Donald Trump, left, and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, at a railway station in Seoul on May 25, 2018. 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.

For North Korea, denuclearization involves the United States withdrawing troops from South Korea and pulling back the nuclear umbrella over US allies in the region.

During a tweet storm that preceded the summit, Trump denounced "haters & losers" who said he should not have granted Kim - an autocrat accused of having political rivals killed the prestige of a presidential meeting without more North Korean concessions.

The insult came after North Korea's foreign minister Ri Yong Ho said the country may test a powerful nuclear weapon over the Pacific Ocean - a retaliation to Trump's earlier threats of military force.

It's so far unclear whether the US and North Korea will release some kind of joint statement or agreement following the sit-down. Before the announcement, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo seemed to hint that the outcome of the talks might not be what Trump has promised in the past.

"We are hopeful this summit will have set the conditions for future productive talks", Pompeo said.