This program is about 1 hour long
(Singapore: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Senator Lindsey Graham about the president. [GRAHAM - says Trump was in a good mood after the Kim meeting & believes he will give up nuclear weapons, but we can't believe Kim, that Trump & I talk a lot about North Korea; comments on the military option as a last resort that would destroy the regime; offers views on ending joint military exercises, giving Trump a chance to get a deal from Kim, how the money we spend on South Korea is money well spent to protect the region, that Kim loves himself, not his country, so he wants security; refers to Otto Wambier, who was murdered.]
(Singapore: Anderson Cooper, Christian Amanpour, Joseph Yun, Jim Sciutto) The video played for Kim, what he said about the beaches, what a coherent foreign policy might mean, the significance of halting the military exercises that was not talked about with Secretary of Defense Gen. James Mattis, the message from the administration video directed to a brutal dictatorship, the president as a norm-buster discussed. [TRUMP - says they have great beaches.]
(Singapore: Anderson Cooper, Will Ripley) The realities of life for the North Korean people, the issues of denuclearization versus human rights discussed. [Human Rights Watch Asian div. deputy dir. Phil ROBeRTSON- says things in human rights will only change with pressure from the outside & its should have been in the summit agenda.]
(Singapore: Anderson Cooper; San Juan: Leyla Santiago) The evidence about death statistics discussed; scenes shown of a disc with the death numbers records.