No promises, but this actually could happen. And if Trump and Kim did get the Nobel Peace Prize for it, so what? It’s meant as a reward for saints, but it works just as well as bait for scoundrels.
U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean's Kim Jong-un. It’s amateur night every night at the White House, and the fate of the U.S.-North Korean summit scheduled for Singapore on June 12 will be decided by the coin Mr. Trump flips each day: heads three days in a row means ‘yes,' tails three days in a row and the meeting stays cancelled, writes Gwynne Dyer. Photographs courtesy of Wikimedia Commons