The Trump-Kim summit that took place on Tuesday (12 June) was historic for more than one reason: a number of media outlets also managed to make some historic gaffes about Singapore. It seems the US State Department didn’t get the memo: the long hoped-for reunification is between the two Koreas, not Singapore and Malaysia.
US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un held their historic summit in Singapore on Tuesday morning (12 June), in the first ever meeting between the heads of two states that are still technically at war with each other.
US President Donald Trump met Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong for a private meeting at the Istana late Monday morning (11 June).
Ahead of the historical summit on 12 June, the Smiling Afro met with Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un impersonators for a meal in Punggol on Saturday evening (9 June). From crabs with their hairstyles to crab peace treaties, the duo posed for photos with diners over the course of dinner. The real Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un are due to land in Singapore on Sunday (10 June).
The Donald Trump-Kim Jong Un summit is less than a week away and many punters in Singapore seemed to have placed 4D bets inspired by the historical event on 12 June.