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Canada’s House of Parliament destroyed after communications snafu between US and North Korea at the summit. (Pixabay)

Summit Ends With Killer Fireworks

Summit ratings eclipse the short list of terms

Fueling the ratings war

The decision followed a real-time update from White House aides informing POTUS that US viewership lagged behind the North Koreans. Realizing they couldn’t organize fireworks quickly enough, (the President and Kim) agreed to bypass their military commanders and order the strike personally.

“Only POTUS would believe more Americans would watch him shake hands with the one world leader who is shorter than him than they would want to watch the biggest football game of the season.”

Building an audience for the Summit

The final agreement amounted to four lines items, reportedly written on a cocktail napkin. The President also seemed to be the only sentient being on the planet to notice Kim didn’t bother to sign.

The final summit agreement, jotted on a drawing of Trump hotels on a North Korean beach.
The final summit agreement, jotted on a drawing of Trump hotels on a North Korean beach.

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