Our President has advised us that we can "sleep well tonight" because "There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea." Presumably, that means he will ignore entreaties from John Bolton and refrain from a first strike: there never was any threat that North Korea would begin a war with the US.
While Tr*mp is deciding where to display his Nobel Peace Prize, most of the world is trying to figure out just what the US may have gained from the strikingly nebulous Singapore agreement. Kim achieved his primary objective: China and Russia now can gracefully back out of the US imposed sanctions regime. As a surprise added bonus, he got an end to the annual joint military exercises the US has conducted with the South. (Tr*mp accurately described those as "war games.")
As for the "Great Negotiator," one more opportunity to strut across the screens of Fox News viewers seems hardly worth the trip. One wonders whether North Korea's famously skilled hackers may have penetrated Russian computers and secured a copy of the Piss Tape. And wouldn't it be wonderful if Canadian, French, or German hackers could do the same?