Donald Trump, Kim Jong Un impersonators found at Olympics opening ceremony
ENJOY ABOVE: Two impersonators of U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un showed up in downtown Seoul on Thursday before the opening of the Olympics.It’s typically said that sport, and the Olympics in particular, has the power to join one and all.But even the most optimistic believers in the Olympic spirit may have gotten a major shock to the system upon seeing exactly what seemed U.S. President< a href=http://www.globalnews.ca/tag/donald-trump target =_ blank rel=noopener > Donald Trump and North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un welcoming and posing for selfies at the opening ceremony of the Winter season Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.However, in a blow to potential customers of world peace and stability, the pair turned out to be impersonators of the quarreling heads of state.The Trump impersonator put on the red
“U.S.A “hat and low-hanging red tie often favoured by the president at his rallies, while his partner wore the North Korean leader’s trademark slicked-back bouffant hairstyle.According to individuals present at the event, the pair triggered rather a stir prior to ultimately being escorted out of the facilities. “We’re getting along fantastic,”said the Kim lookalike, inning accordance with Reuters.
“We desired to surprise everybody and bring world peace and then we’re being accompanied out by security guards, which I think is actually unreasonable.”Doesn’t everyone want peace?” Neither the real Trump nor the real Kim have offered talk about the efforts
of their impersonators.The competing nations did send out representatives to the opening events, with U.S. vice-president Mike Pence and North Korea’s ceremonial leader Kim Yong Nam both in participation. © 2018 Global News, a department of Corus Home entertainment Inc. Editor’s Picks