Crazzzzy day."Such was the experience Tuesday of Mark Castaldo, the man who founded California-based Destiny Pictures Productions".
North Koreas in attendance included Vice Chairman of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea Kim Yong Chol, who determines foreign policy and defense strategy for the country. Trump did not mention human rights in his opening remarks at the news conference that followed the two leaders' meeting, giving only a vague answer to a reporter's question about whether his legitimization of Pyongyang betrayed North Korean human rights victims.
"This summit was a crucial and necessary step to build upon the positive developments achieved in inter-Korean relations and on the peninsula so far", the EU's diplomatic chief Federica Mogherini said in a statement. "Crazy" Castaldo said in a tweet, adding that he was trying to find out "why they used my company name".
The video shows the possibilities of North Korea's future if it renounces nuclear weapons, with a rapid succession of colourful images of advanced technology and happy people. That future was shown in grainy black and white images of United States warplanes in the air and missiles launching.
The two leaders and their respective delegation were seated on either side of a long white table facing one another. "I showed it to them today". Toward the end of the meeting. And I know that we will have tremendous success together, and we will solve a big problem, a big dilemma that, until this point, has been unable to be solved.
"We had it on cassette".
"Donald Trump was talking in conciliatory terms, nearly submissive, but his body language was clearly saying "I am in charge here", Pease said. I thought they were fascinated by it. "I may stand here before you in six months and say, 'Hey, I was wrong.' I don't know that I'll ever admit that, but I'll find some kind of an excuse".