President Trump shows a propaganda film to Kim Jong Un at June 12 Summit in Singapore

U. S. President Donald Trump shakes hands with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un at the Capella resort on Sentosa Island Tuesday, June 12, 2018 in Singapore. (Kevin Lim/The Straits Times via AP)

As part of the various tactics undertaken by President Donald Trump to assure a smooth summit with DPRK leader Kim Jong Un, he applied one very unique method to convince Kim Jong Un about all the prosperity and developments North Korea would undergo if the both of them succeeded to sign a diplomatic agreement. President Trump actually decided to show the entire North Korean delegation at Singapore a four-minute video on his iPad, which was designed in the form a movie trailer with himself and Kim Jong Un as the protagonists starring in a story about “two men, two leaders, one destiny.”

During his Press conference at the summit, President Trump praised North Korea for having many great beaches, which looked beautiful when the DPRK released videos of them exploding cannons in the water, but also included his own opinion, stating that the country would look even more beautiful if they decide to replace their nuclear war locations with condos and hotels. Using their strategic location between South Korea and China, President Trump proclaimed that North Korea could have easily become the best choice among all countries from the real estate perspective.

The President based his aforementioned views upon his little movie which depicted two potential scenarios which lay in wait for the DPRK – one of moving back, depicted in the form of missiles streaking across the world, and the other one of moving forward, which was shown in the film as a reverse clip of missiles reverting back to their pre-launch stance. President Trump’s short film did contain a lot of propaganda, with many clips showing both the leaders smiling and laughing, while others portrayed a developed North Korea, complete with the laughter of children on the streets by the massive skyline. While at a press conference following the summit, President Trump said that Kim Jong Un had loved the video very much, and even called it something that many people would mistake for a science fiction movie.


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