BY STEVE BATES
In case you missed it, North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong Un, has agreed to meet with U.S. President Donald Trump. Kim, the man Trump once mocked as “Rocket Man,” reportedly has agreed to stop testing nukes before the meeting occurs.
The “In Sight” blog has learned that the North Korean dictator agreed to the meeting on one condition: His comments will be limited to lyrics from rock musician Elton John, who wrote the song “Rocket Man.” Because Kim is known for his odd behavior, U.S. officials decided to go along with him in the interest of world peace.
Here is a possible preview of the big meeting:
Trump: Nice to meet you. Before we get into all this nuke stuff, I was wondering if you could help me with a little problem I’m having. A lady problem. Any chance you could make someone disappear?
Kim: Like a candle in the wind.
Trump: Great. Now, about those missiles and warheads. I’d like to get to a place where no one has to live in fear that atomic bombs will end their lives any minute.
Kim: Live for each second without hesitation.
Trump: Hmm. I figured this would be difficult. Let’s try it a different way. I know that your people are starving. What if we offered food shipments or some, you know, financial incentives? That would help you live like a king, and it would reduce a lot of suffering.
Kim: I never knew me a better time and I guess I never will.
Trump: Come on, Mr. Kim. We need to accomplish something here. I can’t go back to Washington empty handed.
Kim: I guess that’s why they call it the blues.
Trump: Say, what if you come to the United States and saw what a great country we have. The greatest. You would enjoy meeting our people.
Kim: I’m not a present for your friends to open.
Trump: Listen, you tiny dancer, the U.S. military is very strong. If we wanted to force you to cooperate, it wouldn’t go well for you. We could obliterate all your cities and military bases. If you somehow survived the attack, you’d be thrown out of power.
Kim: I’m still standing.
Trump: Okay, I tried being nice. Now we do it my way. We’re going to impose all sorts of nasty sanctions on you if you don’t give up your nuclear ambitions. After a few weeks, you’ll be begging us to call it off.
Kim: I think it’s going to be a long, long time.
Trump: I’ve had it with you, Kim. Give me one good reason why I shouldn’t go home?
Kim: Get back, honky cat.