House Majority WhipSteve Scalise described positive steps from the meeting, such as Kim saying he's willing to take steps toward denuclearization.
"Expressing his understanding of it", the news agency reported, "Trump expressed his intention to halt the U.S".
"This was a step in the right direction, and I think the world is a slightly safer place today than it was yesterday", Republican Senator Mike Rounds said.
Observers said Kim, who had earlier been written off by many critics as a "lunatic", had showed himself to be a rational and disciplined negotiator.
"We're signing a very important document, a pretty comprehensive document", Trump told the waiting reporters.
"The good news is that longtime adversaries have shown that they can talk and now the White House has a channel with the top leader in Pyongyang", Mr. Cronin told The Washington Times.
In a statement sent to the BBC, she said: "Our alliances remain ironclad, and ensure peace and stability in the region". He said the United States is working on the issue with South Korea, and Japan-as well as with China, but "to a lesser extent". The most controversial of the requests from Schumer and the others was that the USA provide relief from the current sanctions regime against North Korea only when that country has completely denuclearized.
The war games are very expensive, we pay for a big majority of them. -North Korea relations, and to recover the remains of prisoners of war and military members missing in action.
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Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen said, "We can't lose sight of the fact that there are bad, horrific humanitarian issues in North Korea, human rights abuses".
What else did they agree at the summit? "Is this forever, or while the talks or going on, just for next month?"
After greeting each other, the two leaders planned to sit for a one-on-one meeting that a United States official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said could last up to two hours, with only translators joining them. But the meeting also produced more questions than answers, with the big one being: Will the North Korean dictator actually follow through on denuclearizing?
Mr Kim also "reaffirmed his firm and unwavering commitment to complete denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula". "So we don't know what's going to happen".
At the summit, Trump emphasized what North Korea has to gain by giving up its nuclear weapons and rejoining the global community - a subject he returned to on Twitter.
The U.S. president addressed criticism of his meeting with Kim, writing that "a year ago the pundits & talking heads, people that couldn't do the job before, were begging for reconciliation and peace- "please meet, don't go to war".
KCNA said the two leaders ate and walked together, "deepening friendly feelings" towards each other.
The 33 photos seen in Wednesday's Rodong Sinmun were far less than the 50 featured in the Rodong the day after the April 27 inter-Korean summit but the April event had been a one-day trip for Kim Jong Un while Kim was in Singapore for three. Among Democrats, there was more than a fair amount of concern that the president was engaging in a glorified publicity stunt with little chance of success.