Things were going in a great direction as President Donald Trump apparently helped North and South Korea agree to some sort of peace party. Trump made history shaking hands with Kim Jong-un, but after that things seemed to get a little shakey-shakey. While there’s no bombings or missile tests going on from North Korea, but there are sources suggesting that Kim is backstabbing Trump on the down low. Didn’t North Korea say they’ll denuclearize and stop with their silly weapons nonsense? I believe so, but according to our sources, it now seems like they might be toying around with some weaponry in the background. Silly boys and their toys, right? It’s all fun and games until someone shoots their eye out like the Red Rider.
It now appears as though Trump caught wind of the rumors of Kim not denuking like he said he would and Donald has reported sent Kim a little gift. One might think it would be a barrage of bombs, but not quite. This is actually much better. Trump allegedly has sent Kim Jong-un an autographed copy of Elton John’s “Rocket Man” CD. When I say autographed, I mean by Trump – not Elton. That makes it even better. It’s a reminder that Trump isn’t playing around, but at the same time – he’s playing around. If there’s anyone who can take outdated music technology and turn it into a headline, then it’s Trump and that’s exactly what he did. Trump brilliantly played this out so that North Korea gets in the headlines on the chances that they’re not holding up their end of the bargain.
“Trump has repeatedly called Kim Jong Un “Little Rocket Man” since first threatening nuclear war with the North Korean dictator last year. But now that the two are on good terms following their historic summit last month in Singapore, the president is reportedly gifting Kim a CD of Elton John’s 1972 classic “Rocket Man” — which Trump himself signed, of course.
South Korea’s Chosun Ilbo newspaper, quoting unidentified diplomatic sources in Washington, reported Friday that Trump, 72, sent Secretary of State Mike Pompeo — who is heading to Pyongyang this weekend — the signed “Rocket Man” CD and a personalized letter.
The gift is reportedly meant to remind Kim of commitments he made to Trump when the two came face-to-face last month for the summit, the paper reports.
And if they do denuke…