If this isn’t a testament to the fact that North Korea is a dark, corrupt regime that’s SO BEHIND the times, I don’t know what is.
North Korea FINALLY aired a bit of footage from the historic summit between President Trump and Kim Jong-un. Yep. Even though this happened what? Three days ago?
That’s state-controlled media for you. They have to carefully select what you’re allowed to hear. Citizens can’t handle the truth. Don’t be silly!
Here’s one of the clips North Korea chose to air. It’s…um…interesting?
— BBC Monitoring (@BBCMonitoring) June 14, 2018
It’s basically one minute of walking and awkward handshaking. I say awkward because around the 55-second mark, Trump tries to shake a North Korean general’s hand, and he doesn’t immediately reciprocate because…I don’t know why? Maybe he thought he wasn’t allowed? Who knows.
Anyway, that’s North Korea’s coverage, as far as I know. I have no idea what they’re saying in the clip, but I wish I did.