Donald Trump & Kim Jong Un (c) Alex Ptachick / Twitter

Kim Jong-Un and Donald Trump kicked out of Winter Olympics opening ceremony - kind of

Perhaps the most showy appearance at the Seoul WInter Olympics opening ceremony was that of the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, accompanied by the President of the United States Donald Trump.


Or rather an Australian Kim Jong-Un impersonator called Howard and an American Donald Trump lookalike called Dennis Alan.

Though as the world’s media snapped away at them the pair were rather unceremoniously ejected from the opening ceremony after causing a commotion.


The impressionists wanted “to show the world this is what peace can loook like when two leaders get along,” said Howard, adding:

“Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un they will – if they talk – they will probably get along, because in my opinion they are pretty much the same people.”



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