"As the venue and time of the summit have already been announced, security for Kim Jong Un will be tighter than for any other VIPs", said the professor, who was the first academic to establish a university major in South Korea on guarding and protection.
The North Korean leader's limousine and accompanying motorcade wound its way through Singapore before arriving at the St. Regis Hotel, where he will be staying during the summit.
A direct flight from Pyongyang landed in Singapore on Saturday, raising speculation that a delegation of North Korean officials had joined an advance team headed by Kim's close aide, Kim Chang Son, who was in Singapore to prepare for the talks.
A plane believed to be carrying North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un approaches to land in Singapore June 10, 2018.
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The 54-second video was taken by Alexis Hewitt, who has said was asleep on a beach towel next to Weinman when the commotion began. Weinman on Good Morning America said the incident left her upset emotionally exhausted and with her neck and back hurting.
The North Korean autocrat's every move will be followed by 3,000 journalists who have converged on Singapore, and by gawkers around the world, up until he shakes hands with Trump on Tuesday.
The North, many experts believe, stands on the brink of being able to target the entire USA mainland with its nuclear-armed missiles, and while there's deep skepticism that Kim will quickly give up those hard-won nukes, there's also some hope that diplomacy can replace the animosity between the US and the North.
News that the summit between the United States and North Korea is back on has generated optimism that sanctions on Pyongyang may ease and with that a boom in business. "We might see a similar scale of security personnel from North Korea and safety protocols as we did in April, but they'll also have help from Singapore like special vehicles and agents", said Cho Seong-ryoul, senior research fellow at the Institute for National Security Strategy. The summit comes after weeks of sometimes-contentious discussions and was briefly cancelled amid North Korean outrage over messaging from some USA advisers.
But since taking power in 2011 after his father's death, the youthful Kim has displayed a mixture of ruthlessness, pragmatism and statecraft to get this prize: to sit across the table with the leader of the United States and be treated as an equal.
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The jury deadlocked, but Republicans hope to use Menendez's legal troubles to tar other Democrats like Sherrill across the state. Cox responded in his own speech the same night: "It wasn't Donald Trump who made us the highest tax state in the country".
Last year, the two countries' leaders were trading insults and threats, until Kim made a dramatic offer in March to meet Trump and discuss nuclear disarmament, which the American president quickly accepted.
Trump is far less predictable, but badly needs the kudos that a successful summit will bring ahead of congressional elections in November.
Kim's journey from global pariah to being regarded as a responsible head of state has taken just a few months.
The two leaders meet at 9 a.m. (0100 GMT) on Tuesday at the Capella on Sentosa island, a refurbished British Army artillery mess that is now one of Singapore's most expensive luxury hotels.
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It would reveal the ways Apple would consider to bond with the developers in order to achieve its priorities and objectives. It seems Apple's improved security measures to stop public outflow of its private data have worked perfectly this time.
According to Trump's press schedule, he'll be arriving at Paya Lebar Air Base at 8:35pm tonight and depart for Shangri-La Hotel immediately after.