Kim Jong-un impersonator Howard X and Donald Trump impersonator Dennis Alan pose for photographers during a visit to the famous Merlion Park on June 8th, 2018 in Singapore.
U.S. President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in shake hands during a meeting in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C., on May 22nd, 2018.
It remains to be seen how the country's media will tackle the historically unprecedented sight of their leader hobnobbing with a sitting U.S. president.
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Spectators stand before a fireworks display over the Taedong River during celebrations marking the anniversary of the birth of late North Korean leader Kim Il Sung in Pyongyang, North Korea, on April 15th, 2018.
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A University of California–Berkeley professor explains the president's divisive rhetoric and the need for delicate diplomacy.
Haley lauded the president for the fiery, precedent-breaking speech he delivered during the U.N. General Assembly.
Trump threatens longstanding alliances abroad by suggesting, unilaterally, the destruction of North Korea and the Iran Nuclear Deal, analysts warn.
U.S. soldiers participate in a South Korea-U.S. combined arms collective training exercise about 70 km northeast of Seoul, near the heavily fortified border with North Korea on September 19th, 2017.
He also criticized the Iran nuclear deal.
Even after the nation's recent nuclear test, international powers appear at odds over whether sanctions are an effective deterrent.
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A pedestrian walks by a mural on August 14th, 2017, in Tamuning, Guam.