The two men are scheduled to meet in Singapore on Tuesday.
Saying that the North Korean leader has "an opportunity to do something great for his people", Trump insisted that his team was going into the first-ever meeting between the two countries at this level with a "positive spirit". But Lee and the other analysts pointed out that Libya hadn't developed nuclear weapons nor intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs), and North Korea has both.
On May 10, Trump announced he would hold a summit with Kim in Singapore and has since indicated he would try to reach an agreement to formally end the 1950-53 Korean War.
"In the event that we are successful, as we are hopeful that we will be, yes, I would hope that there would be a statement that they would put out that each could agree to", Pompeo told YTN.
The road to the summit has been bumpy, with Trump pulling out of the summit last month after aggressive language from Hermit Kingdom. "We're going to have to see what happens".
The leaders of the Group of Seven industrialized nations agreed on Friday to pursue North Korea's denuclearization despite the growing rift between the United States and other members over trade. The US president claimed "open hostility" forced him to pull out of the summit.
"And then along with our partners - China, Japan, South Korea - we can all move forward together and have a fundamental shift in the relationship between North Korea and its region, and frankly, North Korea and the world". But classmates of the future president said that while there, he got a firsthand taste of the terrors of the atomic age.
North Korea has a reputation for pocketing rather than reciprocating unilateral concessions.
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South Korean activists hold candles during a rally to support of the US and North Korea summit on June 9 in Seoul.
In the July 26, 1953 photo U.S. Army Lt. Gen. William K. Harrison Jr. of the United Nations Command Delegation is seated at a table on the left while North Korean General Nam Il sits at a table on the right. "I think it would be well received and I think [Kim] would look at it very favorably".
Balakrishnan, who said Singapore was "happy to play [its] part for world peace", will be hoping local authorities will not have to deal with many more such ugly scenes in days to come.
Former NBA basketball player Dennis Rodman leaves Beijing airport after arriving from North Korea's Pyongyang on June 17, 2017.
USA defence and intelligence officials have assessed the North to be on the threshold of having the capability to strike anywhere in the continental US with a nuclear-tipped missile - a capacity that Trump and other US officials have said they would not tolerate.
"If it's a negative and there's more sabre rattling on both sides, the markets would probably take it badly", he said.
"So it's one-time, it's a one-time shot, and I think it's going to work out very well".
"I think President Trump signed onto this thinking that he was going to ride in on a white horse to Singapore, accept a bunch of nuclear warheads, and problem solved", Kristof says.