Some Summit

The Donald Trump – Kim Jong-un Summit in Vietnam is over quicker than expected. Trump left earlier than planned and looked grumpy. Maybe it was the chairs?

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Were the chairs chosen to make Kim look slim and tall while Trumpy looks short and fat? If so, that worked perfectly. And speaking of fat, here’s an artist’s conception of possibly why they could not reach any agreement …

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Breaking News Fore You

Yeah, yeah, I know the title is misspelled. Par for the course, right. Hmm, I wonder what this post might be ultimately about.

Today’s normally scheduled post which does contain a reference to my toenails has been bumped to tomorrow in lieu of a Special Jim Flanigan Looks at the World Investigation. We were simply not satisfied that the Donald Trump – Kim Jong Un summit in June was canceled because North Korea called Mike Pence a dummy. They certainly did call him that, but no harm since everyone knows he is a dummy. That is no reason to cancel a summit that will legitimize a brutal dictator. We looked further and this is what we uncovered …

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Un Thing Leads to Another

People are surprised when Donald Trump said today that he would be honored to meet North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. I’m not. There are no Trump properties developed in North Korea, so the market is wide open for hotel, casino and golf resort development. Trump Tower Pyongyang perhaps? Of course he wants to buddy up with Kim Jong Un. And who knows, maybe bankruptcy laws are even more lenient in North Korea than in the USA?

I just hope that Trump isn’t too disappointed when he finds out that this 27 year old North Korean leader named “Kim” isn’t a hot chick. I guess there’s no telling if Trump and Un will ever meet, but we know they at least will be in the same room this fall when they both travel to attend the World Dictator’s Conference in Monte Carlo.

North Korea Situation Going South

US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley made these comments regarding the escalating tensions between the USA and North Korea.

“I appreciate all my counterparts wanting to talk about talks and negotiations (but) we are not dealing with a rational person.”

“This is not a rational person, who has not had rational acts, who is not thinking clearly.”

I appreciate Haley’s incisive analysis, but I have to ask the question …

Is she talking about Kim Jong Un or Donald Trump?