During the historic summit in Singapore Tuesday between President Donald Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un, Trump played a video that presented potential opportunities for the isolated country if it agrees to eliminate its nuclear arsenal.
“I think he loved it,” Trump, a former reality television star, said during a news conference later in the day.
Trump said Kim and other members gathered around an iPad to watch the four-minute video, which appeared to be more of a Hollywood production than a diplomatic overture.
The video, which was played during one of several unscripted moments of a highly-choreographed meeting, shows images of Trump and Kim smiling.
Kim was cast as a central character living in a key period in contemporary history who could “be the hero of his people.”
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