Despite initial concerns things would fall apart after Kim Jong-un insisted he could not give up nuclear weapons, the Singapore summit has yielded a historic peace agreement between North Korea and the United States.
The breakthrough came when chief military advisor Kim Yong Chol suggested North Korea pledge to only to use its nuclear capability against G7 nations other than the USA.
President Trump readily agreed and the deal was sealed with a relaxed friendly handshake.
Details were quickly hammered out, including the granting of a huge aid package in return for a commitment from the North Koreans to only nuke Canada when prevailing winds would not carry fallout over the United States.
Other than that caveat, Trump encouraged Kim to try out his latest weapons whenever he wanted, and suggested Ottawa and Berlin as primary targets.