"Mr. Kim was calling the President a dotard, which caused a lot of people to go to their dictionaries", said Masker. Here is what he has said in the past in the evolving saga that has given birth to this potentially pivotal moment in history. But Sanders said a time and location for the meeting hadn't been set.
"The biggest problem this world has is nuclear proliferation, and we have a country out there - North Korea, which is sort of wacko, not a bunch of dummies - and they are going out and they are developing nuclear weapons", Mr Trump said. The two countries have had no diplomatic relations since the end of the Korean War in 1953, and no sitting USA president has met with the head of state in Pyongyang.
Hopes for a breakthrough with North Korea rose on Thursday when Trump said he was prepared to hold an unprecedented meeting with Kim. For decades, North Korea has engaged in a bait-and-switch. "I think China is watching quietly".
The day after announcing the summit, the White House stressed that Trump will not meet with Kim without conrete steps by Pyongyang. "But certainly North Korea". While she was in town for a separate announcement, Gillibrand addressed the potential upcoming meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un.
"President Trump appreciated the briefing and said he would meet Kim Jong-un by May to achieve permanent denuclearisation", Chung told reporters. "We believe talks with Regime will do great things for both nations".
One immediate question for the US and North Korea to settle: where the summit will be held.
One of the easiest places to see the changing dynamic between Trump and Kim is the United States president's Twitter feed.
Trump has previously ridiculed Kim as "Little Rocket Man", slapping wideranging bilateral sanctions on the Pyongyang regime and also leading a drive for worldwide sanctions through the UN. "It also was a commitment to refrain from testing nuclear weapons or missiles".
In the past North Korea has indicated that security guarantees mean the departure of USA forces from the Korean peninsula and the end of a mutual defense treaty with the South. Mr Trump should have waited for the results of exploratory negotiations before rushing in. He refers to Kim as "Rocket Man" and that he's "on a suicide mission for himself". But, he said he'd wait to see what happened with Guam. Kim called Trump a "a mentally deranged US dotard". The first is that Mr Kim succeeds in charming the impetuous and inexperienced Mr Trump to such an extent that he makes foolish concessions that his opposite number has no intention of earning.
Mr Trump did not take it well. He asked Trump to send his regards to Kim and his family.
October 2017: Mr Trump hints in a tweet that he might have lost faith in talking it out with North Korea. "This, combined with President Trump's infamous penchant for going off script and his admiration of authoritarian types, could weaken our negotiating position".
August 29: An intermediate-range North Korean missile flies over Japan and plunges into the northern Pacific.
"It will require the president to rely on the expertise within the State Department, the intelligence community and throughout the government, and not simply on his own estimation of his skills as a 'deal maker, '" Schiff said.
World leaders welcomed prospects for a possible thaw in the Korea standoff including China, which is North Korea's largest trading partner and its sole major ally.
"He woke up as a train ran over his limbs".
Since then, however, Trump's fiery rhetoric has cooled significantly. "His tormentors wanted to know if he'd met any Christians".
"I believe the Pyeongchang Olympics and Paralympics as well as our endeavors for peace will help create a new global peace", Moon said. Also in attendance was Mr Kim's sister, Kim Yo-jong, just feet away.