One Photoshopped image doing the rounds on Twitter swapped the two leaders' haircuts in an attempt to arrive at hilarious results.
"Getting a good picture everybody?"
With his mouth agape, Kim's reaction to the remark appeared to be that of shock.
The KCNA report said Trump committed to ending the drills during his meeting with Kim.
International security expert and COO of Interfor International, Don Aviv, tells Inside Edition that every bit of food Kim Jong Un ate was previously examined by food tasters.
Mr Trump's new position appears to adopt a "freeze for freeze" policy advanced by China under which North Korea suspends it nuclear weapons testing in return for the USA concession.
Aviv said the U.S "use [s] chemical tests and biological tests as opposed to someone having to taste the food".
Yes, he sent a tweet just before we went on the air tonight, and also answered practically a dozen questions from all of us today about this. Perhaps that's because Bolton recently angered North Korean officials when he suggested that the US use its actions in Libya in 2003 as a framework for North Korean denuclearization - which North Korea equated with the overthrow and death of Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi years later.
And North Korea did not have to pay a cent for it: China furnished a plane, Singapore footed the US$15m-plus bill for the summit, and the media distributed images of the North Korean leader parlaying on equal terms with the U.S. president to the entire world.
We firmly reject any false equivalency between North Korea's illegal nuclear and missile programs, which are enormously destabilizing and have been repeatedly condemned by the UN Security Council, and our long-standing joint activities with our allies, which are transparent and defensive in nature.
Setting out the U.S. position before the summit, Pompeo stressed that the Trump administration would only accept complete denuclearisation of the North.
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President Donald Trump attacked America's closest allies in tweets after leaving the meeting in Canada. Mr Navarro said Mr Trump "did the courtesy to Justin Trudeau to travel up to Quebec for that summit".
North Korea blamed botulism and ingestion of a sleeping pill and dismissed torture claims.
Kim Jong Un invited Trump to visit Pyongyang at a convenient time and Trump invited Kim Jong Un to visit the US.
Trump and Kim Signed Something in Singapore.
"I looked at the document and I said, 'Is this for real?'" he said.
"Singapore, the country of the epoch-making meeting much awaited by the whole world, was awash with thousands of domestic and foreign journalists and a large crowd of masses to see this day's moment which will remain long in history", KCNA noted.
The declaration took some South Korean and US military officials by surprise - though US Defence secretary Jim Mattis was not among them, with spokeswoman Dana White saying "there were no surprises".
That doesn't seem to pin the North down to the concrete and unilateral measures Trump said he would demand going into the talks and it remains to be seen what significant changes could occur now that they seem to be moving toward more peaceful relations. It's a resounding success for Kim - and one that is likely to be exploited back home for political goal.
The agreement shows a clear miss from the United States, as there are no mentions of CVID ("complete, verifiable, irreversible dismantlement") of North Korean nuclear capabilities - something that was talked about a great deal in the run up to the meeting.
"Kim said he was pleased to meet with President Trump and his team from the United States and praised President Trump's will and aspiration to overcome the hostile past between the two countries, and to find realistic solutions to problems through communication and cooperation", part of the story said. "South Korea alliances, then this is the way to launch the process", said Evans Revere, a former USA diplomat in South Korea.
Mr. Cronin suggested Mr. Trump had not made a major concession.
"We would like to seek an understanding of this between Japan, the US and South Korea", Japan's defence minister, Itsunori Onodera, said.