US President Donald Trump will depart the two-day G7 Summit in Quebec, Canada, on Saturday morning, before its conclusion, following the session on Women’s Empowerment, the White House announced.
“The President will travel directly to Singapore from Canada in anticipation of his upcoming meeting with North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-Un Tuesday,” said the announcement from White House press secretary Sarah Sanders late Thursday.
“G7 Sherpa and Deputy Assistant to the President for International Economic Affairs Everett Eissenstat will represent the United States for the remaining G7 sessions,” Sanders said.
Earlier in the day, Trump told reporters he would consider inviting Kim to the White House if their summit in Singapore “goes well.” The summit is scheduled for June 12
Source: Kuwait News Agency