Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un kicked out of Winter Games opening Ceremony!

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Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un lookalikes were thrown out of Winter Games opening Ceremony.

The Trump administration is alarmed about the development by North Korea of nuclear weapons and missiles that could hit the United States. It tried to enlist support from Russia and China, as well as South Korea and Japan.

North Korea conducted a sixth nuclear test, the first of a thermonuclear weapon, on September 3, 2017.

On November 20, 2017, Trump officially announced re-listing North Korea as a State Sponsor of Terrorism.

As of December 2017, Former Joint Chiefs of Staff Michael Mullen during an interview warns that North Korea is closer to a Nuclear War with United States; he said in a statement,
We’re actually closer, in my view, to a nuclear war with North Korea and in that region than we have ever been”

Since Donald Trump’s inauguration, he and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un have exchanged insults on numerous occasions. President Trump often takes to Twitter to talk about Kim Jong Un and the current North Korea situation.

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The situation has seriously elevated, and at a time like this, two impersonators sneaked in inside the ceremony dressed as the two leading figures and even on the verge of throwing them outside, they were reluctant to reveal their real identity.

In the Olympic Games Opening Ceremony the two impersonators dressed as US president Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un made their way into the stands for the ceremony. They created commotion at the ceremony and were thrown out by the security guards.




Donald Trump and Kim Jon Un
Donald Trump and Kim Jon Un lookalikes




“We’re getting along great,” said the Kim lookalike, who declined to give his name.

“We wanted to surprise everyone and bring world peace and then we’re being escorted out by security guards, which I think is really unfair,” he added. “Doesn’t everyone want peace?”
The ceremony was marked by a show of unity between North and South Korea.




Athletes from both countries entered the arena under a flag depicting a unified Korea as American Vice President Mike Pence and Kim’s sister, Kim Yo Jong, watched on from a VIP box.

“Is my sister getting the same treatment?,” the Kim lookalike said as he was escorted out.




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