Trump and Kim Sign Statement Promising Korean Denuclearization: A triumphant Donald Trump flew back to the US with what he called a “very, very comprehensive” agreement with North Korea, a statement which left analysts a little baffled given that the signed document contained almost no details beyond a stated pledge to “denuclearize” the Korean Peninsula.
Gee wiz, you mean Trump just signed a comprehensive agreement that basically doesn’t say anything? How quaint! That said - and in his defense, Trump’s definition of a “comprehensive document” is something that is longer than two paragraphs and has lots of glossy, full-color photographs to look at.
Some critics even had the nerve to criticize the President for failing to address human rights abuses in North Korea. I think that’s rather unfair when you consider the Trump administration has been very busy lately here in the US - separating children from their immigrant parents before finally tossing them in cages. Why - that could get downright embarrassing.
All I can say is, it’s simply too bad noted German Leni Riefenstahl isn’t still around to document all the wonderful festivities. And for those of you still worried about the lack of details, no need to worry. I’m sure Dennis Rodman will eventually fill us in on all those pesky, little details as soon as he feels we’re mature enough to understand it all.