As President Donald Trump left Singapore and his historic meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the big question from a day of talks was a basic one - what did the two leaders agree to do, and how swiftly will the Pyongyang regime move to rein in its nuclear weapons program?
In a news conference before boarding Air Force One for the lengthy flight back to the United States, Mr. Trump acknowledged that there may need to be another meeting with Kim to further hammer out details.
"I think he’s going to do these things," the President said of Kim, as Mr. Trump met with reporters for more than an hour.
Here is the official joint statement, as released by the White House this morning:
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