No Thanks! Kim Jong Un's Security Team Didn't Trust Trump's Sharpie

Veuer - June 13, 2018

Kim Jong-un’s paranoia was revealed when at that historic signing ceremony in Singapore, his team seemed to fear he could be poisoned from a pen.

Nathan Rousseau Smith has the story.

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No Thanks! Kim Jong Un's Security Team Didn't Trust Trump's Sharpie

Further evidence of Kim Jong-un’s paranoia revealed.

At that historic signing ceremony in Singapore, his team appearing to fear Kim’s DNA could be swiped from the sharpie, or possibly something much worse.????Before the two men entered, you can see an aide carefully swabbing it.????Then as the two world leaders prepare to sign the denuclearization agreement, notice how Kim appears to use his own pen, casting aside the same type of sharpie President Trump is using.????Further examination reveals, Kim’s sister Kim Yo-jong dived into her pocket, retrieving an alternate pen for her brother to use.

She’s the country’s head of propaganda.????This isn’t the first time we’ve seen extreme caution from the hermit kingdom.

Kim’s motorcade has become legendary for its jogging security team.

And inside that Mercedes, a portable toilet, purportedly used by Kim to prevent adversaries from getting a stool sample that might reveal telling medical information.????Nonetheless in an interview Trump says he believes Kim trusts him.

Quote, “He trusts me, I believe, I really do.” Then touching down back on U.S. soil tweeting, “There is no longer a Nuclear Threat... North Korea has great potential for the future!”

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