Trump, Kim Jong Un impersonators call for peace at Olympics

Trump, Kim Jong Un impersonators call for peace at Olympics
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Impersonators of President TrumpDonald John TrumpJustice Department preparing for Mueller report as soon as next week: reports Smollett lawyers declare 'Empire' star innocent Pelosi asks members to support resolution against emergency declaration MORE and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un attended the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in South Korea in a call for peace between the U.S. and North Korea.

The two impersonators were spotted at the ceremony, with the man taking on Trump wearing a “USA” hat.



The Kim impersonator told Reuters that the two men decided to appear together in Seoul “to show the world this is what peace could look like when two leaders get along.”


“We get along personally, so I believe that Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, if they talked, they’d probably get along. Because in my opinion, they’re pretty much the same person,” he said.

“And Dennis Rodman has confirmed this and he’s met both of them personally,” he added, referring to the former NBA player, who has met with Kim multiple times. 

“So let’s start talking and stop with all the missiles and everything else,” the impersonator said. “We want peace, everybody wants peace, nobody wants war.”

Trump and Kim have had a tense relationship since Trump took office, with Trump calling the North Korean leader “Little Rocket Man” and threatening retaliation against the country for its nuclear tests.

He told The Wall Street Journal earlier this year that he "probably" has a “very good relationship” with Kim. Trump later attacked the Journal over the quote, however, saying he had said “I’d probably” instead of “I probably.”