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Donald Trump on Tuesday played a Hollywood-style video to Kim Jong-un, which depicted the North Korean leader and the United States president as its leading men, showing the prospect of peace. Pictures soon started flooding social media and here are some hilarious outcomes in the form of memes.

"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.

"This is Trump's natural setting - he's used to being in front of TV cameras while this might not be so natural for Kim", he said.

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As he spoke, he raised his fists into the air, taking in the shock, awe and admiration from the audience at Radio City Music Hall.

When asked about the video montage played ahead of the press conference, Trump said: "We had it made".

Both leaders spoke of optimism regarding their closed door meeting.

"He won't have that opportunity again", the US president added. Trump later promised to end "war games" with ally South Korea, a concession to Kim that appeared to catch the Pentagon and Seoul's government off guard and sowed confusion among Republicans in Washington.

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The extension doubled his wages from €7m to €14m for last season only while his release clause also increased from €100m to €200m. Griezmann insists he is made a decision on his club future but has refused to reveal if he will remain with Atletico next season.

The President walked over to the huge armored Cadillac - which has a wealth of top secret features - with Kim by his side after they finished bipartisan talks and a working lunch.

The president had also commented that he would know within minutes of meeting Kim whether or not North Korea was serious about scrapping nuclear weapons. They said it couldn't be done, they scoffed. Great. I told them, you may not want to do what's there.

The summit - the first ever between a sitting American president and North Korea's leader - was to kick off at 9 a.m., the White House said. "I could see Trump giving up a lot for very little in return".

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"We're starting that process", Trump said in response to a question about denuclearisation, adding that it would start "very quickly".

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