Trump’s bizarre Hollywood-style video to Kim Jong Un, explained


"The world will see a major change," Kim had declared as the two men stood side-by-side in front of a phalanx of U.S. and North Korean flags.

It was one more sign of how Trump is rewriting long-standing fundamentals of American foreign policy. He described Kim, a despotic adversary, as a "talented" leader who could be trusted. That came just days after he blasted Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, a democratic ally, as "weak" and "dishonest" after a combative Group of Seven economic summit.
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The Hollywood-style video that President Trump showed Kim Jong Un is a bit of a head scratcher, but it actually makes sense. The underlying imagery and symbolism tells a far greater story. We explain.


The handshake was historic. The words? Not so much.

President Trump on Tuesday touted his unprecedented meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as a breakthrough that would ease decades of tensions that have made the Korean Peninsula one of the most dangerous places on Earth.

But the four-point joint statement the two men signed fell short of previous international accords reached with Pyongyang and left big questions unanswered.

"We're prepared to start a new history, and we're ready to write a new chapter," a relaxed and triumphant Trump said at a news conference after the one-day summit in Singapore. He called the outcome a "first, bold step for a brighter future."

"The world will see a major change," Kim had declared as the two men stood side-by-side in front of a phalanx of U.S. and North Korean flags.

It was one more sign of how Trump is rewriting long-standing fundamentals of American foreign policy. He described Kim, a despotic adversary, as a "talented" leader who could be trusted. That came just days after he blasted Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, a democratic ally, as "weak" and "dishonest" after a combative Group of Seven economic summit.
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