For all we know, Mr. Kim is the truth-teller here, since deal-artist Trump is a dealmaking pushover. The Wall Street Journal:
The report quoted Mr. Kim as saying that, if the U.S. were to take "genuine measures for building trust," then the North could reciprocate in a "commensurate" fashion — a clear suggestion that U.S. concessions would have to come before any North Korean move….
The North Korean report emphasized the equal standing of the two countries.
If nothing else, Trump's boneheaded move to negotiate with North Korea at the highest level has been a major propaganda win for Kim, which makes deposing the mass murderer even more unlikely. What's more, in the NK report there is the explicit assertion that two U.S. concessions already extended — the aforementioned high-level meeting, and ending joint military exercises with South Korea — are not enough to compel the regional power to begin the process of denuclearization. Kim wants more before he initiates any concessions. Knowing Trump, he'll grant it — and then Kim will demand even more. But that's OK, because Kim is our "honorable" friend, while an erstwhile friend is "very dishonest."