By Gregg Re, ,
Published June 11, 2018
President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have both arrived at the Capella hotel on Singapore's Sentosa Island for their historic one-on-one sit-down.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders uploaded a timelapse video on Twitter of the view from the president's motorcade as it headed to the site of the summit, which will be the first-ever in-person meeting of a sitting U.S. president with the leader of the rogue state.
The two men are expected to share a handshake before they meet alone with a pair of interpreters for roughly 45 minutes while their entourages wait nearby.
After the intimate huddle, they’re scheduled to hold a larger meeting and working lunch. Trump’s chief of staff, national security adviser and secretary of state are among those expected to join.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.