tv New Day With Alisyn Camerota and John Berman CNN June 11, 2018 4:00am-5:01am PDT
>> there is really only two options. peace or war. >> canadians are polite, we're reasonable, but we also will not be pushed around. >> he really kind of stabbed us in the back. >> kim was not see american weak stkpwhrp weakness. >> the president is driving our allies away from us while welcoming in the russians. >> this is cnn breaking news. >> all right. good morning, everyone. welcome to your "new day". alisyn camerota is in new york. i'm john berman live in singapore. we are just 14 hours away now from this historic meeting, this historic summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong-un. and there is already breaking news on this meeting. we just learned a short time ago
from administration officials that this will be a one-on-one affair, at least at the beginning. this administration official tells cnn it will just be president trump and kim, along with their translators for their first two hours when they sit down, that before the rest of the delegations come in to continue that meeting. secretary of state mike pompeo just briefed reporters a few minutes ago. he said the president is confident and fully prepared for this meeting. he said the united states is prepared to provide security guarantees it never has before to north korea. and the ultimate goal is denuclearization. the key question here in singapore and the key question around the world is the version of denuclearization that kim jong-un will talk about is the same as the president's. alisyn? >> interesting developments. meanwhile, president trump also escalating his war of words with america's closest allies,
slamming g-7 countries on trade and pulling out of the joint statement they all tried to issue. the president's top economic advisers accuse canadian prime minister trudeau of betraying president trump. they added there is a, quote, special place in hell for leaders who engage in bad faith diplomacy with president trump. kaitlan collins is live in singapore. what's the latest, kaitlan? >> reporter: alisyn, we are really down to the wire here. hours away from the firsthand shake between president trump and kim jong-un. we just heard from secretary of state mike pompeo in the building next to me who briefed reporters, saying talks have been moving rapidly as we race towards that first meeting between the two leaders. but he did raise some eyebrows when he said that the united states is prepared to offer new, different, and unique security assurances to north korea if they make the steps to
denuclearizing the korean peninsula. >> the ultimate objective we seek from diplomacy with north korea has not changed. the complete and verifiable and irreversible denuclearization of the korea peninsula is the only outcome that the united states will accept. >> reporter: aides spent the day hammering out last-minute details. >> we are prepared to take what will be security assurances that are different, unique that america has been willing to provide previously. we think this is both necessary and appropriate. >> reporter: north korean state media broadcasting these pictures of kim jong-un leaving north korea and arriving in singapore. and officially announcing the
trip which they say will be focused on peace and the denuclearization of the korean peninsula. >> i think within the first minute i'll know. >> how? >> just my touch, my feel. that's what i do. >> reporter: the summit coming as president trump escalates his feud with america's closest allies on the heels of a contentious g-7 minute. adding then justin acts hurt when called out. this after justin trudeau announced canada would retaliate to tariffs. >> canadians, we're polite, we're reasonable, but we also will not be pushed around. >> reporter: president trump responded by calling trudeau dishonest and weak and instructing u.s. representatives not to sign the joint statement. the president's advisers fiercely attacking trudeau on
the sunday shows. >> trudeau posed this sophomoric political stunt for domestic consumption. >> there is a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy with president donald j. trump and then tries to stab him in the back on the way out the door. >> reporter: trudeau, publicly ignoring the feud. but his foreign minister saying this about the insults. >> canada does not believe that add homonym attacks are particularly appropriate or useful way to conduct our relations. >> reporter: mr. trump's top economic adviser telling cnn that the strong response is related to the summit with north korea. >> he is not going to permit any show of weakness on the trip to negotiate with north korea. >> kim must not see american weakness. >> now, as he briefed reporters,
pompeo was asked how the north koreans are supposed to trust the united states given what just transpired at the g-7. he said it was ludicrous to compare the situations and there has to be trust for all of this to work. what's clear here, john, is what transpired. and the president is following him from canada to singapore. >> reporter: oh, it certainly is. kaitlan collins on the other side of the city. thanks so much. joining me now cnn chief national security correspondent jim shuuto with me. and also with me david sanger. david, we just heard larry kudlow provide some kind of linkage between the president's behavior on the way here with the g-7 summit and the north korean summit. he said the united states, the president can't afford to look weak. so the way to look strong is to kick your canadian ally so you look more powerful to kim jong-un? >> mr. kudlow's comments left me a little confused. remember what happened here.
the united states agreed to a communique before the president got on his airplane. he gets on the airplane. he hears something he doesn't like from justin trudeau and un-signs the communique. that may be the bigger message to kim jong-un here. he could come to an agreement tomorrow and then if -- you know, we're at the beginning of what is going to be a long and rocky road with the north koreans. and i'm not sure the message you necessarily want to set is what he agreed with the leaders he walks away from. >> jim shuuto, it's interesting. normally, and i know president trump reacts in different ways. you want the world behind you. the president would want to walk in knowing that every ally and most countries in the world have his back. however, he has now pushed the rest of the world away. donald trump, as he often is, is on his own diplomatic island.
>> he is. at least with his allies. meanwhile, he makes an olive branch offer to russia, right, twice in the span of 24 hours, to invite russia, which america's western allies and america's intelligence and military services agree is a national security threat to the u.s. and he makes an offer to re-join the g-7 and make it the g-8 again as he takes a shot at one of america's closest allies. it is hard to reconcile the strict shown to ally canada with the warmth shown to adversary russia if you're trying to send a message to adversary north korea. keep in mind this, what was prime minister trudeau react to go? he was react to go president trump declaring russia a national security threat to the u.s., which is required under wto rules to impose tariffs on a
trading partner. typically that declaration is reserved for countries that are trading in nuclear materials, trading in arms, acts of war. yet the president has somehow defined canada as being a threat to justify the tariffs. that's what prime minister trudeau was talking about. he was saying a little bit insulting in his words in light of how often canada has stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the u.s. it is interesting for he and his allies, trump, to be ratcheting up the rhetoric against canada knowing what the origin of those comments were. >> you know, there's this photo that angela merkel sent around the world that has been picked up and analyzed and used by every side, the president sitting down with the rest of the leaders surrounding him, angela merkel glaring at him. i think we have that staring
down at him. david sanger, it is interesting as you think about that and you think about the way that president trump meets with his allies, you have written a whole piece this morning, he has come in and will sit down face-to-face alone with the likes of a person that he has never faced before. >> not only facing someone he has never faced before, that happens in diplomacy, especially when you're a new president, but faced with somebody whose motivations may not be the same as to what president trump is accustomed to. think about it. in the past two weeks, john, what's happened is the president has said if the north koreans give up their nuclear weapons, wonderful things will happen to them. trade will happen to them. there may be mcdonald's in pyongyang. it's an assumption that kim jong-un values getting money and investment into the country more than he values the security that comes from having nuclear
weapons that force the rest of the world to deal with it. john pack, who used to be leading a lot of the intelligence assessments for the intelligence community said to me over the weekend, you know, kim jong-un isn't getting wealthy. he has all the wealth in north korea. his whole family has all the wealth. certainly he wants prosperity for the nation because he wants a long rule. that doesn't mean necessarily he will give up everything. it may mean he will just give up some things. >> it's interesting. i read that piece. you say it is not about security for kim. it is about legitimacy. it may be the face-to-face meeting. it may also be security. we heard from the secretary of state today i feel we have never quite heard before about the nature of the guarantees the united states might be willing to provide. let's listen to secretary pompeo. >> we are prepared to take what will be security assurances that
are different, unique, than have been provided -- that america has been willing to provide previously. we think this is both necessary and appropriate. >> security assurances, jim, that are unique. he specifically would not answer the question about what this means for the 28,000 or so u.s. troops stationed in south korea. that omission was notable even though mike pompeo said not to read too much into it. >> well, he did. he did say something, though, that might indicate what the u.s. is willing to give up here. saying that denuclearization relates to the entire korean peninsula. so not just north korea giving up its nukes but the u.s. then, it would seem based on that language, agreeing not to deploy nukes in a don't ask, don't tell policy that we have right now. that would be a major concession. because those nuclear weapons, to protect the south and the nuclear umbrella there, an
enormously important security guarantee to our ally of many decades, south korea, was he telegraphing there that the u.s. is willing to withdraw that nuclear umbrella, at least on the peninsula, in exchange for north korea giving up, to some degree, its nuclear weapons. that would be a remarkable concession on a part perhaps with the 28,000 u.s. troops you have there. i would say on the troops, remember, that's not just about north korea. that's also about china. that military china is about showing -- a show of force as it were for china and the region as well. >> so, david, during the kudlow palooza with jake tapper yesterday, not only did he diminish the canadian prime minister as weak, he said he doesn't want the president to look weak. he also described kim that you would think the administration
would want to avoid leading up to the summit. let's listen to what kudlow said. >> they should have said to him, godspeed, you're negotiating with this crazy nuclear tyrant in north korea, and we are behind you. >> negotiating with this crazy guy with nukes. that language from larry kudlow. the president has avoided that kind of language. he said he will know within the first minute. he will walk in and get a feel. he will know right away whether the meeting is going well. david sanger, you put together this entire checklist of things to watch for in this meeting. i'm not sure you'll know within a minute whether it is going well for the united states. but what are the keys here? what are the deliverables, the things we should look for? >> first of all, mr. kudlow didn't seem to get the memo. it was you did crazy last summer with little rocket man. you haven't herd that out of the president's mouth.
instead, it is kim acted very honorably. there is a long list we have to go look at. it will start with moving weapons out. it will then move to displant wi dismantles the facilities, whether they get rid of chemical weapons, biological weapons. it will move on after that what happens to the scientist who have the knowledge in their heads how to build this. remember germany after world war ii, we moved some of them to the united states. this is going to be a long, long process. and if the president doesn't have a pretty specific list of what the north koreans are agreeing to do over a timetable, he will tell you he didn't get a huge amount. >> seems more likely, we will set up meetings in the future to talk about these and come to concrete conclusions on this. >> which is what every previous president has done. >> obviously we have a lot more
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president trump is hours away from meeting with kim jong-un in singapore. we have senator bill i did of louisiana. good to have you here. >> thank you, alisyn. >> let me start by playing the president's economic advisers and what they said about prime minister justin trudeau of canada. listen to this. >> he really kind of stabbed us in the back. he really actually, you know what, he did a great disservice to the whole g-7. >> there's a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy with president donald j. trump and tries to stab him in the back on the way out the door.
>> do you agree there is a special place in hell for justin trudeau? >> i would rather think we all live under grace and don't go to hell. it is the tone of their comments. i can't comment on that. >> why alien america's closest allies, canada, while seeming to not use harsh words for murderous dictator kim jong-un and democracy destroyer vladimir putin? >> how trump chooses rhetoric is not how i would choose my rhetoric. but if you want to go to the basic point that the trump administration feels the canadians have an advantage over us relative to trade and that costs american jobs, you have to go to that part. now focus on what the issue is. are we disadvantaging the u.s.? are we losing american jobs? arguably, yes. >> but is canada screwing us
over or did we agree to these trade agreements because we thought nafta at some point would advantage the u.s.? we paid for the defense of that and allowed them to import to us and we not to export as much to they. all to contain the ussr. that's now gone. so the relationships still exist where peter navarro had an editorial yesterday speaking of canadian dairy products and how tariffs doesn't allow us to accepted them in. so there are these where we are at a disadvantage. >> it is all a chess game. there are all sorts is of consequences for every single move. here's what john mccain had to say about this. to our allies, bipartisan majorities remain pro free trade, pro globalization and supportive of alliances based on
70 years of shared values. americans stand with you, even if our president doesn't. who do you agree with? >> i agree with both and i will tell you why. >> they are die metrically opposed. >> it is supposed to be 2% gdp. it is 1.2%. the united states cannot care more about your defense than europe does. so europe has not funded their defense of europe and yet they have relied on us to do so. at the same time, they had high tariffs against our goods going in where we have low tariffs. >> these are important issues to bring up. is it worth alienating our allies to do so? >> nothing is accomplished by a reasonable man. i don't know if we can readjust without a certain amount of tension. >> are you comfortable with
president trump seeming to be closer to putin and kim jong-un than with trudeau and the eu? >> who do we have troops in wars with with russian mercenaries? the united states actually shot up a group of russian mercenaries. we have troops stationed in germany and we do cooperative efforts. so seeming is not reality. >> you're saying ignore the words and look at the actions. >> totally. >> ignore the words of president trump and his top advisers? >> have you ever had a fight with your spouse? >> never. >> in that fight, you just make a decision, okay, listen, things were said we wish were not but there is an underlying issue that has to be addressed. you put this to the side and hope it doesn't happen again, but you begin to address the issue. i think we as a western alliance need to address the issue. >> yes, of trade. but is canada a bigger national
security threat to the u.s. than russia? >> of course not. >> well, that's the justification that president trump is using to change these tariffs with canada. >> no. i think he's using the fact that american workers are at a disadvantage. >> and saying aluminum and steel represent a national security threat. >> so if you look at chinese steel, there clearly is an attempt by the chinese. the chinese have 50% of the overcapacity of steel in the world. and they are systematically attempting to put other country's steel manufacturing out of business. that is a threat to global security, which is why the president wants to have an alliance to combat chinese steel dumping into the market. do i agree germany should have awe tariff sending steel here? i do not. it hurts people in my state. it hurts the port of new orleans. so not chinese steel but japan. >> what about canada? >> again, the navarro article
points out things like dairy. 25% towerive on daury products going across the border. the way a lumber market is structured puts our lumber producers, if you will, at awe disadvantage. there might be rationale but they are able to produce relative lower cost. >> i want to talk about something near and dear to your house, health care. >> yes. >> the white house has joined with 20 states to try to change key provisions of the affordable care act. here it is. the state argued after eliminating the penalty for the individual mandate last year, effective 2019, it destabilized other sections of the law. the provisions doj says should be central to the affordable care act and would gut protections for those with pre-existing conditions.
there it is, the jimmy kimmel test. >> i have already introduced legislation, along with susan collins, where we have addressed this issue. the affordable care act is unaffordable. it is not sustainable. families who without getting a subsidy have to pay $50,000 a year before the insurance kicks in. >> understood. >> so we need a new system. i have introduced legislation. >> what's happened with that? it sounds to me like pre-existing coverage will go away before any is in place. >> if we are talking about the individual market, most of the people on there are getting subsidies. they would continue to get a premium. it is not sustainable. one, we have to lower drug costs, decrease the costs of medicine. i put out a paper on that.
we need an alternative to what i call the unaffordable care act. where states have the ability to stabilize their insurance market and make premiums more affordable. by the way, there is bipartisan legislation introduced. after some of the senators on the other side of the aisle, they negotiated. >> just so i'm clear, you can tell us today there will be no gap in coverage moving forward? >> if you are in a subsidized policy, yours will continue. if you're not, you are paying $50,000 a year and probably you can't afford it anyway. i am actually introducing legislation -- had introduce said it to address that issue, have encouraged the reintroduction which would stabilize insurance markets. it is something we have to focus on. >> senator cassidy, thank you for being here to talk about all
of this. >> thank you, alisyn. president trump and kim jong-un will be face-to-face in a matter of hours. one has already met with both, the prime minister of singapore. i was a c130 mechanic in the corps, so i'm not happy unless my hands are dirty. between running a business and four kids, we're busy. knowing that usaa will always have my back... that's just one less thing you have to worry about. we are the cochran family, and we'll be usaa members for life.
president trump and kim jong-un meet in just hours here in singapore. both had the chance to speak to singapore's prime minister. christiane amanpour sat down with the prime minister of this city state. it's so interesting. kim has met with three world leaders. president moon, president xi of china, and now the prime minister of singapore. sit part of his big coming out party. what were the imprelgzs the prime minister had? >> reporter: john, you're absolutely right. the biggest prize for kim will be when he sits down with the president of the united states just a few hours from now and where we are standing. i asked the prime minister of singapore, one of the closest links in terms of trade and
visits, visa-free visits for many years, many decades, spwl the big international sanctions went on, what he made of this new young leader. remember, coming to singapore is the furthest kim jong-un has traveled from pyongyang since he became leader in 2011. this is what i asked prime minister lee. i would like to ask what you took away from this meeting? what was the shift in north korea's trajectory? >> well, he's a confidential young leader. he came and he said thank you for hosting and we hope that it will be a historic occasion. i think he wants to go into a new path. what he's prepared to do and how an agreement can be worked out, that's a complicated matter. but i think he has an intention to do something. and that is why he is meeting donald trump.
>> reporter: and, john, i think that's important. because he gets to take the measure of the man before even president trump meets him. prime minister lee hosted donald trump a few hours later earlier today for lunch. and they also talked. but, you know, right now i think, you know, they are both still quite far apart on the actual meeting of denuclearization. we are waiting to see precisely what will come of that all important get-together with kim and trump tomorrow our time. >> indeed. christiane, you get a sense of how important it is to host this moment in history. the sitdown itself is historic. singapore glad to play some role. one of the key questions is who is going to pay for north korea to be here? that's been a thorny issue. south korea paid in the past. you asked that tough question to the prime minister of singapore.
>> reporter: you know, i'm not sure how tough it was. basically the north koreans have gotten used to any country that hosts them paying the bill. they're not that rich. at least they don't want to spend their money on hotels. so whether it's the united states, whether it's south korea, and, yes, indeed, singapore will be picking up the bill. as the prime minister delicately put it, we will pick up the tab for our hospitality. but beyond that, the north, the singaporeians picked up the lion's share of the security, intelligence. this is an important city state? this region that punches way above its weight not just on trade and being a financial center but also they have very strong intelligence and security operations as well. so they are ready in terms of
dollars and cents. >> what situation does the president of the united states find himself in in his rival, this dramatic exit from the g-7 summit when he gets into this fight or startsed fight with the canadian prime minister only to sit down with one of america's biggest adversaries? >> reporter: well, look, john, that is a question everybody is asking. it truly is unpress departmented. the name-calling of your closest alli allies. it is as if the administration over the weekend ganged up post those tweets and went all over the sunday programs to specifically single out canadian, french and maybe a little bit on of the germans. and it was -- it's unprecedented. i don't remember in any of my coverage of these kinds of summits that ever this kind of language has been directed at america's closest allies.
blowing up the whole system is considered very, very risky gamble indeed. >> christiane amanpour with me in singapore, thank you so much. alis alisyn, back to you in new york. it shouldn't be lost on everyone, alisyn, that the administration would much rather be talking about north korea than talking about what happened in canada. but obviously still facing these questions. and the cleanup from what happened there. >> what happened in canada was so remarkable we need to keep dissecting it and what it mean for geo politics and all of these international alliances that have been in place for decades. so we are going to do that coming up president trump lashing out. is this the art of the deal? so we discuss with the co-author of that infamous trump book, next. you've tried moisturizer after moisturizer
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affairs expert and donald trump's co-author tony schwartz. great to have both of you. so you approached donald trump from different perspectives. it's great to have both of them. bobby, insulting america's long time allies, making nice with men who are internationally sort of renowned as dictators. what are we to make of this? >> the second part we have always known about trump. he has always been very comfort bible in the presence of strong men. the insulting of allies, certainly he has taken it up a notch with canada. it is not the first time this has happened. in 1971 richard nixon had an exchange of words with pierre trudeau, the father of the prime minister, and he used a cuss word. when that was brought to the
attention of pierre trudeau, he said i've been called worse things by better people. which might be something that justin trudeau might want to reflect on. >> just sticking with you, bobby, for a moment. we had republican senator bill cassidy on. he said ignore all the pwhruflter. we do need to look at the trade alliances. they are unfair. president trump ran on this. he's shaking it up. he's disrupting. >> he has a problem. you can't ignore what the president of the united states says. he is the president of the united states. words do matter. and they don't matter any more than wh they come out of the mouth of the president of the united states. especially when he's talking to the country's closest allies. >> and you think it will fray the relationships? you think america's closest allies, something will change geo politically because of this tension we're having? >> look at the response already. look at how trump has dragged
everybody down to his level. you have macron and merkel responding to him on twitter. international statesmen are having conversations over twitter, trading barbs. this is not how world relationships are meant to be conducted. this is not good for any. diplomacy should be boring. it ought to be dull. it should be putting us to the sleep unless we are experts on the subject. but the fact that it is never a dull moment with the president of the united states is not a good thing. >> tony, you are able to get into his head because of all the time you spent writing his book,ing "the art of the deal." it is all about his fragile ego. he is a bully. he will serve his interests, not ours, with kim jong-un. what does that mean? what are his interests with kim jong-un? >> his interest is almost
entirely about how he is seen or how he thinks he's seen. and therefore his perspective is a very -- it's wearing blinders. all he cares about right now particularly in light of what happened at the g-7 is that he can restore in his own mind his sense of self. and what's so fragile in trump is his sense of self. and he has almost no ability to tolerate criticism. as you saw when trudeau criticized him. and that's a very scary thing. because in -- right now, as he looks into this meeting, his concern is rehabilitating his image, even at our expense. >> it means a photo-op is good enough? that's all he will get out of it? or he needs denuclearization? what happens in here with his ego as you know it? >> he is under a severe a lot of stress. and i believe, and david axelrod said this last night, paul
goodman said this. i'm going to say it very bluntly. he's mentally ill. this is a man -- and i understand i'm not a psychiatrist. but he's prima facia mentally ill. he has a personality disorder. that means on its face this is a man who is unstable, who doesn't think clearly and has narrowed his frame by pushing out anybody who will disagree with him. and therefore he is listening only to himself, and he believes, megaloma nyicly. >> people are saying his mental faculties are intact. >> alisyn, i love you. but that's nonsense. >> people say that. >> they say it publicly. but privately, and i have heard it privately, they all are
terrified by his in stability. virtually everybody, including, i suspect, the man who you just had on, the republican senator cassidy. all of these people understand after this much time, what did kelly, john kelly say over the weekend? he said it's a nightmare to work in this white house. >> let's do a little body language interpretation. here is the president meeting with all the g-7 allies. you can see he's sitting. and angela merkel is leaning over. this is an mazing photograph. this is an amazing photograph. what do you see here? >> i have been the guy in the chair. this is the photograph of me every time i was summoned to the principal's office in high school for getting into trouble. i'm not making this up. that is however i sat. that is how i crossed my hands. that is how the principal leaned over and looked at me. i have been in this picture. it is very familiar. we can all get our chuckles out of this image. but the fact is this is not good for anybody.
this is not good for the united states. this is not good for the g-6 either. they might feel at the moment that they have some sort of a solidarity going, six people nighted against the united states. it's not good for them either. >> why? >> because they need this alliance. is counting on. you can only push people so far. even if they are close allies and depend on you. the words are a different place. there are other big markets where these countries will be. they need us a great deal but not as much as they used to. >> let me just pick up. that body language is saying don't tread on me. there is nothing you can say that will move me. that's what is so frightening is that there is no openness to
compromise and to growth. >> there is another picture we have seen less of. it's a wider shot of this. it shows the entire room from a bird's eye perspective. and you can see he is the only person sitting down and there is everybody else in the room sitting up. i don't know if that is a position of strength of weakness sitting where everybody is hovering around you. >> where does your attention go in that picture? a new report says president trump has a habit of tearing up papers that legally need to be preserved. so what staffers are apparently doing to piece these back together, that's next. can make you feel unstoppable. ♪ but mania, such as unusual changes in your mood,
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highlights students from the marjory stoneman douglas high school drama department performing "seasons of love" from the musical "rent." as for the awards harry potter won tony for best play while bands visit won best musical. two former long time white house officials described to politico how they frequentl scch taped president trump's paperwork back together again. they described the president's filing system as ripping up memos, letters and documents that he is done with sometimes right down the middle, other times into small bits. staffers would then pick up after him and try to tape it all together in order to keep him from violating the presidential
records act and send scraps away to be put back together. both men say they were abruptly fired and claim the white house never gave them a specific reason for their termination. in other words, there is no actual paper trail now. these documents are not being put back together? we will follow that story. we are following a lot of news so let's get right to it. in the first minute i will know. my touch and feel. >> kim jong-un and president trump in the same city at the same time. >> the president is going to have to extract. >> it would be with regret but absolute certainty that we move forward with retaliatory
pressu measures. >> dignified firm way. >> to walk away from our allies i think is a mistake. welcome to our viewers in the united states and all around the world i'm john berman in singapore. welcome to "new day." allison is in new york where it is 8:00 a.m. eastern time. it is 8:00 p.m. here in singapore. we are just 13 hours away now from the meeting between president trump and kim jong-un, 12 hours from when the leaders leave their hotels. they are back in their hotels at this moment which are less than half a mile apart. think of how close they are. there is already breaking news about this meeting. the summit will be a one-on-one affair at least at the beginning
a. senior administration official tells cnn that no one except president trump and kim and their translators will be in the room when they first sit down to talk. that meeting could last up to two hours before other members of the delegations are brought in. secretary of state mike pompeo briefed reporters saying the president is confident, fully prepared for this meeting and says the ultimate goal as it has always been is the complete de-nuclearization of the korean peninsula. that language is very interesting in and of itself. we'll tell you why. another key question is kim jong-un's version of de-nuclearization the same as president trump's? >> a lot of questions. keep bringing us breaking news and developments as they happen. president trump slammed the g-7 countries on trade and pulled out of their joint statement. the president's top economic