June 12 summit: ‘Kim Jong-un’ and ‘Donald Trump’ reach Singapore
As the world gears up for a possible summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore on June 12, the people in Singapore witnessed two leaders in the city-state on Sunday, May 27, two weeks ahead of the scheduled date.
Australian-Chinese impersonator Howard X was seen walking down Singapore's Jubilee Bridge, overlooking the Marina Sands Hotel and Merlion, the city-state's unofficial mascot.
Howard has been accompanied by Dennis Alan, a Trump lookalike and the two have appeared together at major events and major cities in the US and South Korea besides Hong Kong to make the most of the current times when Kim and Trump are two of the most discussed characters in world politics.
According to reports, Howard and Alan have also claimed credit for preparing the foundation for the much awaited summit between Trump and Kim.
Trump called off the meeting with Kim on May 24, citing North Korea's "tremendous anger and open hostility" of late after the latter expressed its displeasure over Washington's harsh remarks on Pyongyang's denuclearisation, even comparing it with the humiliating 'Libya Model'. But North and South Korean leaderships continued to work towards reinstating the summit and Trump informed a day after scuttling it that things were looking positive again.