Day #2 Hanoi Summit – President Trump and Chairman Kim in Vietnam (Schedule and Livestream)…

President Donald Trump and Chairman Kim Jong-un begin meetings tonight on day two of their Hanoi summit.  Vietnam is 12 hours ahead of U.S. Eastern Time.  Most of the substantive action, including a joint signing and Trump press conference, will take place overnight Wednesday and early Thursday morning.

ABC Livestream LinkARIRANG News Livestream

Schedule and Livestream Below:

  • 8:25pm EST / 8:25am (local) – President Trump departs JW Marriott Hanoi en route to the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi, Hanoi, Vietnam
  • 8:45pm EST / 8:45am (local) – President Trump arrives at the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi, Hanoi, Vietnam
  • 9:00pm EST / 9:00am (local) – President Trump participates in a one-on-one bilateral meeting with Chairman Kim Jong-un of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Hanoi, Vietnam
  • 9:45pm EST / 9:00am (local) – President Trump participates in an expanded bilateral meeting with Chairman Kim Jong-un of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Hanoi, Vietnam

    • 11:55pm EST / 11:55am (local) – President Trump participates in a working lunch with Chairman Kim Jong-un of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Hanoi, Vietnam
  • 2:05am EST / 2:05pm (local) – President Trump participates in a Joint Agreement Signing Ceremony with Chairman Kim Jong-un of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Hanoi, Vietnam
  • 2:40am EST / 2:40pm (local) – President Trump departs Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi en route to the JW Marriott Hotel Hanoi. Hanoi, Vietnam
  • 3:00am EST / 3:00pm (local) – President Trump arrives at the JW Marriott Hotel Hanoi. Hanoi, Vietnam
  • 3:50am EST / 3:50 pm (local) – President Trump participates in a press conference. Hanoi, Vietnam
  • 5:15am EST / 5:15 pm (local) – President Trump departs JW Marriott Hotel Hanoi en route to Noi Bai International Airport. Hanoi, Vietnam
  • 5:55am EST / 5:55pm (local) – President Trump arrives at Noi Bai International Airport Hanoi, Vietnam
  • 6:05am EST / 6:05pm (local) – President Trump departs Hanoi, Vietnam, en route to Joint Base Andrews, Noi Bai International Airport

Livestream:

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  • 1:10am EST Friday Morning – President Donald Trump arrives at Joint Base Andrews
  • 1:20am EST Friday Morning – President Donald Trump departs Joint Base Andrews en route to The White House, Joint Base Andrews
  • 1:30am EST Friday Morning – President Trump arrives at The White House

 

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142 Responses to Day #2 Hanoi Summit – President Trump and Chairman Kim in Vietnam (Schedule and Livestream)…

  1. This is just historic and unbelievably exciting.
    One of the Fox commenters says–don’t set up unrealistic goals–asking for perfection instead of good. Just WOW–at least Fox has some decent folks on this.

    And re. Rodman, listening to him in the late night interview above, Rodman shows far more nuance and human understanding than the “aren’t we smart” Dems. Rodman says Kim was a “kid” that inherited the regime and has told him “he does not want war” and wants progress for his people. Rodman understands, as anyone that has played on a team with diverse people, that progress requires connections.

    This same principle applies to the question of Rep. Meadows’ friendship with Elijah Cummings. We may not like Dems, or Cummings, but isolation will breed even worse results than we have now. Ours used to be a country of reasoned persuasion, which requires connection. I’m not saying that we don’t courageously confront and name evil, but it does not help if the other side (or independents) don’t hear us at all.

    Acting as the “iron fist in a velvet glove”–as POTUS has perfected–yields results.

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  2. Troublemaker10 says:

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  3. MAGADJT says:

    Obviously, a huge statement by Kim about denuclearization. I think we’ve all seen NK say one thing and do another before. Also, a lot depends on what kind of pressure China puts on him when he gets home. However, I get the feeling that this is a real overture. If he plays ball, he will be allowed to keep his role as dear leader. And frankly, I think he would rather be head of a prosperous state than one that has to trade subserviance to China for food and basic goods.

    The fake news can try all they want to hide this from the American people, but if a deal gets done there is nothing they can do to spin it or to hide it. People will give 100% credit to POTUS.

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    • Joemama says:

      Denuclearization is already agreed upon. It is just a matter of ironing out the details of verification. The Korean war is over.

      You will find out in a couple of days that I am correct.

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  4. rashomon says:

    Historically, Korea has been sandwiched between China and Japan when the two foes were at their most bellicose and warmongering, not to mention being in the wrong place during the Russo-Japanese War (under writen by U.S. banker Jacob Schiff and his cohorts in Europe). The Koreans were forced to give up their language, culture and religion as a subject of these countries. That memory of foreigners must be embedded in the memories and folklore even now.

    One has no idea what type of hold China has had on the DRNK, but the U.S. bombing of Japan during WWII, U.S. participation in the Korean War and America’s destruction of SE Asia during the conflict in Viet Nam certainly have been used to label our country as the Big Bad Wolf bent on destroying N. Korea one more time.

    Chairman Kim did spend part of his youth in Switzerland where he experienced the European live style, but our past presidents, most notably Obama who was in office when Kim Jong-un came to power, have made absolutely no effort to engage the young leader with attention and respect, a YUGE part of this Asia culture.

    President Trump and, to a great extent, Dennis Rodman (bless his heart! He, too, suffered turmoil in childhood) were the first to confront Kim’s isolation head on with face-to-face diplomacy acknowledging Kim’s role on the world stage and as a nuclear power. The diplomacy may take time, but we have the right leader to work with this young man who, in turn. must sell the plan to all those most distrustful elders with long memories. China has kept that generation out of war for over fifty years. Young Kim and his generation, however, are probably tired of being the lap dogs of China and long for experiences enjoyed by the thriving nations in SE Asia and abroad.

    It can happen

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