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Trump Showed Kim Fake Movie Trailer Showing How Great Their Relationship Could Be
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13 Jun 2018 05:22 PM EST

By Laura Tucker, Staff writer: Image: Donald Trump (Image source: Gage Skidmore via Wikimedia Commons)


You can take the president out of entertainment, but you cannot take entertainment out of the president. Donald Trump is still a reality TV host. We can't take that away from him. And he made sure he let Kim Jong Un know that as well. He showed him a fake movie trailer featuring the two of them to convince him how great their new relationship could be.


Stopping the production of nuclear weapons is serious business. Most people would think to go into discussions regarding denuclearization being respectful, business-like, etc. But Trump brought a fake movie trailer into the discussion. 

But know this is one that he had created specifically for the purpose. This was not a Hollywood creation. This was not the movie starring Seth Rogen and James Franco as journalists who interview Kim Jong Un. This was not "The Interview." This was real.


The movie featured the two of them as heroes working together to make world peace a reality. It discusses, "two men, two leaders, one destiny." 

The situation is reminiscent of the movie "Holiday." Cameron Diaz stars as a woman who produces movie trailers. Throughout her trials and tribulations, she keeps envisioning if she were starring in a movie trailer of her life. That seems to be what POTUS is doing.


Trump told reporters he had the trailer created to show Kim and the other members of the North Korean delegation during the meeting. Prior to Trump's press conference, this movie was also shown to the media. 

"We had it made up," he said. "I showed it to him today, actually during the meeting, toward the end of the meeting, and I think he loved it."


The president also said the other eight members of the delegation were "fascinated by it," and he thinks it could "very well be the future." He explained, "I showed it because I really want him to do something." 

Any other two world leaders in such an important meeting would be insulted that it's being reduced to the Hollywood treatment. This is something that could bring about world peace.


But these aren't just any two world leaders. This is a reality TV star. This is a world leader who called his closest ally a liar. These are two world leaders who just a year ago were sharing insults with each other.

These two have proven that they play by very different rules.

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