Breaking - Mike Pence Is Out As Trump Appoints Kim Jong Un To Be Vice-President
President Trump's historic meeting with Kim Jong Un, the Supreme Leader of North Korea yielded some pretty interesting news items. As the President said, "I have developed a bond with Kim. I trust him. This is going to be a terrific relationship." The two had only met for about an hour, but apparently it was partnership at first sight.
Still, no one expected the announcement this morning that President Trump was removing Mike Pence as Vice-President, and replacing him with the brutal dictator Kim Jong Un. Mike Pence could not be reached for comment, but in traditional Trump fashion, he apparently found out about it on Twitter when he awoke. Here are Trump's actual tweets...
"Terrific summit. Better than expected. Hit it off with Un. He is just a regular tyrant who is loved by his people. Believe me. Great turn-out for his inauguration. A few people in prison camps dislike him. Haters will hate. But the North Korean media loves him. He says he has ways of dealing with people who oppose him. So I asked him to come on over and be my VP...
Mike Pence has done a great job. Nice guy. Very loyal, and a religious guy. A lot of people don't know that about him. I wish him the best. But I feel like Un is a great negotiator and businessman. Ran the whole country. Determined who would eat, and how much. So he is very hands on in the lives of his people. Great qualities. The American people will like it too."
Word from Russia is that Vladmir Putin is a little miffed, lashing out by arresting three members of his staff before breakfast. Trump's base is very excited. They look forward to Un clamping down on those who resist Trump's leadership.
No word yet on who may replace Kim Jong Un as Supreme Leader in North Korea, but Bernie Sanders mentioned on his Google Plus profile that he was brushing up on his Korean language skills, to which Dennis Rodman simply tweeted out, "Hold up, Bern."