US press releases say US President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un will meet in North Korea in Singapore.
Referring to unidentified government sources, several US media, including The Hill, The New York Times, or CNN news broadcasts, are also arguing that the US President and the North Korean Leaders Summit will be in Singapore.
Press releases appeared on Wednesday night after Donald Trump ruled out the location in Panmindzson, a demilitarized zone between North and South Korea, as he first proposed. The Wall Street Journal, following the announcement of the president, immediately called Singapore as a possibility. CNN, referring to the unnamed officials of the White House, meant that the United States government was more neutral in Singapore, and would therefore be more favorable than any other proposed location.
“For the time being, I can only say that I have the date and location, but at the moment I can not report more,” Sarah Huckabee Sanders, spokesman for the White House, said at a press conference Wednesday.