MSNBC Host Can't Stop Laughing At Trump's North Korea Real Estate Pitch

MSNBC Host Can't Stop Laughing At Trump's North Korea Real Estate Pitch

President Donald Trump shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-un the Cadillac One presidential limo during their walk near Capella Hotel on the resort island of Sentosa, Singapore Tuesday. Trump showed the video to the gathered media ahead of his press conference and said he showed it to Kim.

In a lengthy press conference after the summit, he also reaffirmed his desire to remove US troops from South Korea sometime in the future. Reuters spoke with a body language expert to analyse Kim's and Trump's movements during their initial meet.

Trump played the video in Korean to the North Korean leader and eight aides at their private bilateral meeting, The Straits Times reported. South Korea? Singapore? A version narrated in American-accented English followed. "I showed it to you because that is the future".

The film mixes footage of North and South Korea, using black and white imagery of border guards and barbed wire when referencing the war, and colorful footage of South Korea and other parts of the globe where "the light of prosperity has burned bright". In it, Kim committed (again) to denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, and the USA offered vague security guarantees in return.

Trump was seen placing his hand on Kim's shoulder and back several times, indicating the desire to establish dominance and ownership of the situation.

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"Two men, two leaders, one destiny".

"Woke up to 100's of e-mails and calls from all over the world". "Propaganda, all that stuff, that's not something we'd get involved in".

As much as President Donald Trump spars with Hollywood, the former reality TV star has his own flair for theatrics.

According to his online biography, Castaldo "began a professional career in the casino business working 10 years in Atlantic City and Las Vegas" before becoming a filmmaker. "Great progress was made on the denuclearization of North Korea".

Critics of the summit leapt at the leaders' handshake and the moonlight stroll Kim took Monday night along the glittering Singapore waterfront, saying it was further evidence that Trump was helping legitimize Kim on the world stage as an equal of the USA president. One moment, one choice.

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