Trump announced at the summit that the USA would be "stopping war games" on the Korean Peninsula amid ongoing talks with North Korea about denuclearization.
U.S. president Donald Trump left experts baffled when he said North Korea had agreed to destroy a missile engine testing site after emerging from his summit with Kim Jong Un, but it now looks like North Korea is making good. They said Trump's change of strategy toward Kim worked. In detailing his envy, Trump described Americans as "my people"-a signal the president may already be attempting to emulate Kim, one of the world's most notorious dictators". He joked that even the administration-friendly Fox News was not as lavish in its praise as the state TV anchor, one of the people added, and that maybe she should get a job on USA television, instead.
"I really believe that he's happy that we made this kind of progress", Mr Trump said.
The joint military exercises are separate from the regular military training between South Korea and the US military, which Trump has said will continue.
"I got that after we signed the agreement".
Trump was then asked by an unidentified reporter, "How can Kim Jong Un love his people if he's killing them?"
In his almost three minute video message, Trump talked about his recent summit meeting with Kim.
Trudeau's criticism will cost Canada 'a lot of money'
Navarro, attending an event of "The Wall Street Journal " CFO Network in Washington, was asked if he was apologizing . Trump was in Canada for the G-7 summit with leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the U.K.
TRUMP on Kim Jong Un (note the final two sentences): "He's the head of a country, and I mean he's the strong head". Don't let anyone think anything different.
Former President Donald Trump advisor Steve Bannon gives a press conference during the French far-right Front National (FN) party annual congress, March 10, 2018, at the Grand Palais in Lille, north of France.
Still, many people on Twitter and beyond found the comment disconcerting, given North Korea's human rights violations and prison camps.
"You don't understand sarcasm", he told the reporter dismissively, with a wave of his hand. He later said his approach to the meeting was not about preparation, but "about attitude".
In reality, the work of trying to solve the problem posed by North Korea's nuclear weapons has just begun.
Trump on Sunday also re-posted one of his tweets from last week that contained multiple, previously unreported photographs from the G7 summit showing Trump smiling and seeming comfortable with other world leaders.
But it remains in possession of fissile material for a dozen to 60 nuclear bombs, independent experts say.