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The Meeting Between Kim Jong Un and Trump Is About As Likely as a Full-Member New Edition Reunion Tour

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is about as stable as a Fabergé egg resting on a toothpick that’s balanced on the back of a cat that suffers from ADHD and hasn’t taken its medication but has just seen a mouse dart across the room.

Meanwhile, President Donald Trump is a egomaniacal, microwaved bag of orange peels and puss. The idea of these two men sitting in a room together to hash out anything of substance is about as likely as Michigan’s Fab Four playing in the Big3. America has a better chance of a posthumous Notorious B.I.G.-and-Tupac duet. The idea of Kim—aka Little Rocket Man, a nickname that the president of the Carolinas gave him—and Big Orange Peel Puss Face actually sitting together to talk peace is about as likely as Colin Kaepernick starting for the New England Patriots.

So it shocked no one, not one person who’s been following the reports of a supposed sit-down between the two leaders happening on June 12, that North Korea has threatened to cancel the summit.

According to CNN, North Korea claims that the fate of the meeting is in jeopardy because of a joint military drill between South Korea and the U.S. From CNN:

[T]he US should carefully consider the fate of the upcoming meeting, in view of what it calls “provocative military disturbances with South Korea,” North Korea’s state news agency reported early Wednesday local time.


“We are aware of the South Korean media report. The United States will look at what North Korea has said independently, and continue to coordinate closely with our allies,” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, aka Suckabee, said in a statement, CNN reports.

White House aides told the news site that the Trump administration was surprised by the report, since no official word had come from Pyongyang about the talks being in jeopardy.

State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert defended the joint exercise between South Korea and the U.S. and added that the U.S. hadn’t received any official word that the military routine threatened the summit.


“We have not heard anything from that government or the government of South Korea to indicate that we would not continue conducting these exercises or that we would not continue planning for our meeting between


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