Trump thinks Kim will get rid of nukes 'virtually immediately'

He agrees that the name is fitting for the message Trump wants to deliver, but wishes he would've chosen a different name.

Even Kim described the Singapore summit seemed like something from science fiction, while Trump, after meeting Kim and spending just 38 minutes with him, announced they had developed a "special bond".

Donald Trump and his delegation share a working lunch Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his team during the U.S. leader's visit to The Istana, the official residence of the prime minister in Singapore on June 11, 2018.

In the past, Trump has repeatedly referred to Kim as "little rocket man" and promised to bring "fire and fury" to the country if it endangers the United States.

Trump also recognized on Tuesday during a press conference that he could potentially be wrong about trusting Kim. "An iPad", Trump said. Whether he did something big or not, he was not leaving the summit without pretending he made a deal.

A photograph showing Trump sitting with his arms folded as German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks was seen as defining the acrimonious nature of those talks.

"Whenever they're shaking hands, you can see the whites of their fingertips - these two guys are alpha males", Leong said.

"Oops. That's an oopsy truthsie right there", Kimmel said after the clip played. "Usually when Trump signs an agreement with a foreigner, it's a prenup".

He also called for the National Security Council to have a transcript of all interactions with the "brutal, nuclear-armed dictator".

GOP lawmakers and allies of Trump in media have taken heat from multiple networks over their stance on the North Korea summit.

"Kim looked a bit like a kid in a theme park: not intimidating, excited and a bit nervous", Pease added.