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>> get a pickle if you love pickles. >> president trump and north korean leader kim jong-un have both arrived. the president stepping off air force one for what he calls a "mission of peace" now set to meet face to face with kim jong-un, the first time ever a sitting u.s. president will meet with the leader of north korea. when asked how long it will take for the president to know if kim jong-un is serious, he said he will know within the first minute. our team -- jon karl, martha raddatz -- join me live. also developing, president trump takes aim at canadian prime minister justin trudeau calling him dishonest and weak after what trudeau said after the g7. the president's team saying there's a special place in hell for any foreign leader who engages in bad faith diplomacy. so what was it trudeau said? and tonight the images of those world leaders, their body language now seen around the
world. back in the u.s. tonight, the wildfire doubling in size, more than 2,000 homes in danger. they are going door to door tonight. the severe storms from iowa all the way to the east coast. winds ripping off rooftops, flash flood watches tonight from d.c. to philly. the deadly house explosion, blown to pieces. several homes in that neighborhood badly damaged. and the heartbreak over the loss of anthony bourdain. tonight, what we've now learned about his final days. >> announcer: this is a special edition of "world news tonight" with david muir reporting tonight from singapore. good evening tonight from singapore where we begin the week with all of you at home a night early on this sunday night because both president trump and kim jong-un have landed here in singapore. this has not happened before with a sitting u.s. president and of course the stakes are enormous. kim jong-un arriving with his entourage of aides and bodyguards. president trump arriving a few
hours later. their hotels here just about a half mile apart. this has been a roller coaster for the world to witness. and for the world to witness. kim jong-un and his missile tests and the test of that hydrogen bomb. president trump threatening fire and fury, calling kim jong-un little rocket man. in a little more than 24 hours they'll meet face-to-face. abc's chief white house correspondent jonathan karl here in singapore leading us off. >> reporter: president trump says he's been preparing for this moment his entire life. as he landed in singapore, he sounded confident. >> how are you feeling about the summit? >> is it going to be a success? >> very good. thank you. very good. >> reporter: five hours earlier, an air china jet touched down here, carrying kim jong-un. it's only the third time the north korean leader has traveled outside his isolated country since taking power. traveling with him, his sister, who has assumed a more prominent role in the run-up to the summit. on the streets of singapore hundreds turned out to watch the north korean motorcade drive by. kim's personal bodyguards
running alongside his limousine. later, the reclusive dictator thanked singapore's prime minister for his "sincere efforts" for the summit. if the summit proves successful, kim declared, the name of singapore will go down in history. the eyes of the world now are on the 36-year old dictator. his new shift to diplomacy comes after a year of escalating provocations. he has tested a hydrogen bomb and more missiles than both his father and grandfather combined, including at least one capable of reaching the united states. >> rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime. >> reporter: the threats and the name calling have gone both ways. kim has called trump a "mentally deranged dotard" and "an old lunatic." trump has called kim a "maniac," a "madman" and a "sick puppy." >> they will be met with fire and fury like the world has
never seen. >> reporter: but now, president trump calls the summit a "one-time shot" to make peace. >> i feel that kim jong-un wants to do something great for his people and he has that opportunity and he won't have that opportunity again. it will never be there again. >> reporter: he says he'll know immediately if kim is serious. >> how long will it take? i think within the first minute i'll know. >> reporter: how? >> just my touch, my feel, that's what i do. i think i'll know pretty quickly whether or not, in my opinion, something positive will happen. and if i think it won't happen i'm not going to waste my time, i don't want to waste his time. >> jon karl joins us live in singapore tonight. jon, we heard the president say he'll know in one minute if kim jong-un is serious about denuclearization. we've been listening to the president closely in recent days. he's also tried to lower expectations somewhat,
describing the summit now as really just a first step. >> reporter: he's done both. he's raised expectations and lowered expectations. he's called it the one shot for peace and a first step. this first handshake between president trump and kim jong-un will be a carefully choreographed event, the two men coming together before the cameras. they'll have two meetings. the first one a very small group of people, the president, kim jong-un, their translators and at the very most one more on the american side, secretary pompeo. david. >> we know their every step will be planned in the coming hours. jon karl leading us off. thank you. president trump comes to make peace with one of america's fiercest enemies just as he takes aim at a key u.s. ally tonight. the president comes straight from a tense meeting with america's staunchest allies. this remarkable photo tonight, so many studying the body language after the president refused to step down from the tariffs he's now imposed on
allies, including canada. tonight the administration's harshest criticism is from canada's prime minister justin trudeau who said his country won't be pushed around. abc's chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz with the war of words unfolding elsewhere. >> reporter: tonight, president trump and his top economic advisors attacking one of america's closest allies accusing canadian prime minister justin trudeau of undermining the peace talks with kim jong-un. >> here's the thing. he really kind of stabbed us in the back. >> reporter: it comes just hours after the president left the g7 summit, where he frustrated world leaders by refusing to back away from his plans to impose stiff tariffs on aluminum and steel from canada and other allies. he called it a matter of national security. trudeau called that insulting and vowed to retaliate by slapping tariffs on american goods. >> it is not something we relish doing, but it's something we absolutely will do.
canadians, we're polite and we're reasonable, but we also will not be pushed around. >> reporter: trump was furious, in an angry tweet calling trudeau "very dishonest and weak." and then a stunning decision, the american president refused to sign the traditional statement of solidarity with the g7 allies, a statement his own team helped draft. today, the message from the white house, blame canada. >> there's 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: the president's top economic advisor called trudeau's words a betrayal, a sophomoric political stunt and a slap in the face. >> potus is not going to let a canadian prime minister push him around. he is not going to permit any
show of weakness on the trip to negotiate with north korea, kim must not see american weakness. >> reporter: that wasn't all. >> he ought to come out and apologize in the name of the western allies, okay? he ought to come out today and wish president trump well in the negotiations. >> reporter: so now as he heads into talks with one of america's greatest enemies, president trump's relations with america's closest friends now plunging to a new low. from french president emanuel macron today a warning, "international cooperation cannot depend on fits of anger." >> this is something to witness today. martha raddatz with us in singapore as well. to think the president is going to be sitting down in the coming hours with kim jong-un and yet this war of words with some of our closest u.s. allies, larry kudlow seemed to indicate this harsh attack is because the summit is happening right after the g7. >> reporter: which is inexplicable.
what trudeau was doing was basically defending his country, which you've heard donald trump do over and over and over again during the years. he's the one that started this with the tariffs. it was also donald trump who turned to name calling. what the connection with the summit is is unclear. >> seems the white house knows the world is watching everything right now. martha raddatz in singapore. we hope you'll stay with abc news for full coverage of this summit. i'll have more in the broadcast and of course the latest on "good morning america" first thing in the morning and we'll be live tomorrow night. i'll be joining george, martha, john and the entire team when president trump and kim jong-un meet for the first time. we'll be live. to the wild fire threat in the west. a new round of mandatory evacuations in colorado at this hour. the 416 fire near durango nearly doubling in size. people forced to leave some 2,000 homes. hot dry conditions fueling those flames. it's just 10% contained.
here's marci gonzalez tonight. >> reporter: tonight colorado homeowners given just minutes to evacuate after a massive wildfire doubled in size. >> do i go this way? >> yup. yup. just head down that way. >> sorry i'm freaking out. >> nope, that's okay. >> thank you. >> reporter: crews outside durango taking to the air and on the ground desperately trying to contain the so-called 416 fire. officials declaring a code red. >> this area is under mandatory evacuation. >> reporter: more than 2,000 homes now evacuated. the fire burning more than 16,000 acres. this man racing to pack his family's belongings. >> we immediately came out here and found out we only have an hour. >> reporter: scrambling to decide what's most important to take with them. right now, david, the fire has closed part of a highway. it is only 10% contained and tonight the cause is still under investigation. david. >> marci, thank you. the fires are not the only concern we're watching at this hour. a tornado threat in south dakota and wyoming right now and strong storms in the midwest heading to
the already water-logged mid-atlantic. those storms damaging property in northern iowa. they are watching from d.c. to philly tonight and abc's rob marciano tracking it all. >> david another round of strong thunderstorms. heavy rain from d.c. to baltimore including a flood warning which extends north of philadelphia. it's going to be a mess tomorrow morning for the commute out there. tomorrow afternoon the weather threat from des moines to kansas city down i 95. out west in southern california critical fire danger. including the fire outside of durango that continues to grow. david. >> rob marciano tracking it all for us tonight, rob, thank you. next we're going to turn to the deadly explosion in an ohio neighborhood tonight. the blast destroying one home damaging several others. shattering windows. several people injured and one person did not survive. abc's kenneth moton with the investigation. >> reporter: the deadly
explosion rocked this east cleveland neighborhood, obliterating this home. >> the house blew up, two or three of them. >> dispatch, it's engine 30. we just seen a large fireball go up. we're checking it out. >> reporter: firefighters racing to put out the flames, this house leveled, others also caught fire. debris scattered for yards. >> the roof looks like it was just lifted off the house and taken into the backyard. >> be advised, we have people down. we need rescue here. >> reporter: firefighters desperately searched for those trapped under the debris including one woman. >> you could see her waving and all the neighbors started screaming and hollering, somebody help her, somebody help her. >> reporter: neighbors say first responders reached the woman, but it was too late. another man suffering major burns was rushed to the hospital. the blast so powerful it tore the sides right off the neighboring homes and sent wood and shattered glass flying causing minor injuries. david, residents reported the smell of gas before the blast. fire officials say the cause is under investigation but at this point they say there were no
reported leaks before the explosion. david? >> kenneth moton tonight, kenneth, thank you. next the heartbreak and confusion over the shocking death of anthony bourdain. he was the chef and tv host who so many people admired for his curiosity, sense of adventure and tolerance. we are learning he suffered from loneliness too. abc's adrienne bankert with new details of his final days. >> reporter: tonight, friends family and fans grappling with why anthony bourdain pictured here after a meal just days ago in france took his own life "the new york times" reporting there was cause for concern when the 61-year-old didn't show up for dinner thursday and then missed breakfast friday morning. moment later he was found unresponsive by a hotel employee in his hotel room. >> what are the specialty of the region? >> rachlette. >> cheese. >> fondue. >> cheese. >> reporter: bourdain was once again filming with his friend chef eric ripert. the two here together in an episode last year in the french alps.
amidst fame and fortune at times it was his loneliness broadcast loud and clear. >> is it worse to be someplace awful when you're by yourself or someplace really nice that you can't share with anyone? >> reporter: the news of his death shocking fans. the new york city restaurant where he first became famous for his book "kitchen confidential" now a makeshift shrine. fans laying flowers and notes. you inspired me to take my first journey outside the united states, this one says. tonight one fan, north dakota columnist marilyn hagerty, fondly remembering when bourdain came to her defense after she wrote a glowing review of a new olive garden and was mocked for it. >> he was one of the best things that ever came along for me and so naturally i'm especially sad. >> reporter: french investigators are now awaiting toxicology results as they prepare to give back his body to his family for burial. david. >> adrienne thank you. there is still much more ahead
on "world news tonight" this sunday. the summer danger. the dramatic pool rescue. the young pool nearly drowning. a 13-year-old pulling his body out of the water. we'll have more on this in a moment. also the new warning from the cdc, the salmonella outbreak in several states. the produce they're urging everyone to throw out right now. and we have news tonight about the triple crown winner justify. now the most valuable horse in racing history. has he run his last race? what his owners are saying tonight. we'll be right back. >> announcer: abc "world news tonight" with david muir sponsored by ford, going further so you can. sponsored by ford, going further so you can. they can get in a small suv. rise people with howh it's the big upgrade in a small package. see what you can get for under 20 grand... with the all-new ecosport from ford.
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heroes leaping to action saving a 12-year-old boy. >> i felt really, really sca >> reporter: a group okids playing at a minnesota pool when 13-year-old cody realizes his friend evan is missing. >> when i went underwater and all of the sudden i see him just lying on the ground. >> reporter: cody, weighing less than 80 pounds, summoning superhero strength to scoop the unconscious boy from the bottom of the pool. >> i hold him around the waist, and just carried him like that. >> reporter: despite her disability desiree pasko desperately helping cody pull evan out of the water. her cpr training instantly kicking in. then a sign of life. >> watching a child go from totally blue to a little tiny bit of pink is a rewarding feeling. >> reporter: evan now fully recovered and full of gratitude. >> without cody i wouldn't be
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are right here in the same city. their hotels less than a half mile apart. when we join you this time tomorrow night they'll be moments away from sitting down face-to-face. what happens, no one knows. >> reporter: they are the images tonight seen all over the world except in north korea. they'll likely not see any of this until after the summer is over. president trump and kim jong-un both here in singapore, their hotels just three minutes apart. so many people lining the streets here for glimpses of the two leaders. phones in hand to document this high stakes moment. american students singing the national anthem waiting for the president's motorcade. a little more than 24 hours from now the two leaders will likely walk up to one another before sitting down to meet face-to-face. the security presence is enormous. around the hotel where kim jong-un staying and sweeping the hotel grounds where president trump is staying. singapore the setting for this summit thrust on the world stage. they'll meet at the capella
hotel on sentosa island. sentosa means peace and tranquility. singapore known for pride in its food, welcoming the two leaders with new items on many restaurant menus around town. this red, white, and blue bourbon cocktail called, "the trump." in south korea this group gathering to pray for peace ahead of the meeting, holding these signs of a unified korean peninsula. the u.s. and north korean flags hanging overhead. singapore's flag in the middle. all to mark the first time a sitting u.s. president will meet with the leader of north korea. thank you for watching here on a sunday night. our coverage from singapore continues with "good morning america" first thing in the morning and of course right here for "world news tonight" tomorrow. i'm david muir. until then, good night.
chase, a crash and fire kills one person. it also shuts down a major intersection in the east bay. we are nearing the end of the mayoral vote count in san francisco, as one candidate takes a big lead. and the internet as you know it could change tomorrow. how the repeal of net neutrality protections may affect you. abc 7 news at 6:00 starts now. >> announcer: now from abc 7, live breaking news. right away, a police chase from san francisco to the east bay ends with a crash, fire and death. it's now becoming a kidnapping investigation. goeng and thank for joining us i'm diane lima. the vehicle crashed at peralta. lillian kim is there, live. little yn. >> reporter: eric and dion, the entire intersection is blocked nef as officers piece together around 30 p.m. when the
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