Trump apparently wants Kim Jong Un to come to Mar-a-Lago
The on-again, off-again meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un hasn't even happened yet, but Trump is already planning a follow-up.
If things go well at the June 12 summit in Singapore, Trump may invite the North Korean leader to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, Bloomberg reports.
It's hard to predict the likelihood of a Mar-a-Lago reunion, as the White House hasn't laid out any plans for Singapore. Everything depends on an initial 9 a.m. meeting, says Bloomberg, and officials say Trump isn't offering any concessions. The first meeting could end in a minute, but if there's progress, plans could extend through the 13th.
So the pressure's on North Korea to make the summit a success — and to score a Florida vacation.