Trump gets Kim’s stamp of approval
KIM Jong-un’s strange bromance with Donald Trump has taken a new twist with the release of a range of stamps in North Korea featuring the US president.
They mark their meeting in the demilitarised zone in June.
It follows a series of stamps – on sale in the capital Pyongyang – launched in June to commemorate the one-year anniversary of their 2018 summit in Singapore.
The earlier stamps depict the firstever handshake between Mr Kim and Mr Trump and their signing of a joint agreement.
The pair had sparred for months over North Korea’s nuclear threat before their meeting led Mr Trump to then publicly flatter the Communist dictator as being “very sharp” and a “real leader”.
But clearly three’s a crowd – none of the stamps feature Moon Jae-in, the South Korean president who also attended the border pow-wow.