Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un Impersonators Rile Up Crowd in Singapore

Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un Impersonators Rile Up Crowd in Singapore

We don't know what time that press conference will take place, but you can bet the words "great", "historic", "fantastic", "wonderful", "talented" etc will be taken for a good spin. "I showed it to him today, actually during the meeting, toward the end of the meeting and I think he loved it", he said, as reported by The Associated Press.

"US GovernmentA frame from the video showing Kim as a star of the film".

News photographers captured photos of the broad, two-page agreement, which was not immediately released by the White House. "An audience of one", the official said. There is an English language version and one in Korean, the narrator having a South Korean accent.

Images of Trump and Kim were prominent throughout the trailer, which promised a brighter future if North Korea opened its arms to Western influences by way of nuclear disarmament. To illustrate the point, ballistic missiles are shown in reverse motion, pulling back into their launch silos.

"It's a huge win for Kim Jong-un, who now -- if nothing else --has the prestige and propaganda coup of meeting one-on-one with the president, while armed with a nuclear deterrent", said Michael Kovrig, Crisis Group Senior Adviser for North East Asia.

The document indicates the leaders will work toward establishment of "new US-Democratic People's Rrepublic of Korea relations".

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Speaking at a press conference after the signing, President Trump also suggested the USA would suspend its joint-military exercises with South Korea in exchange for denuclearization, calling them "very provocative".

And speaking several hours into their meeting, Trump said it had been: "A really fantastic meeting".

The four-minute-long trailer, as shown by The Guardian, portrays Trump and Kim as heroes. As they entered, Trump injected some levity to the day's extraordinary events, saying: "Getting a good picture everybody?"

President Trump told reporters last week he "absolutely" planned to invite Kim Jong Un to the United States' capital should their high-level negotiations "go well". One moment. One choice.

Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un met in Singapore on June 12, 2018 and Coconuts TV was there to cover it.

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