Kim Jong Un reportedly laughed off his ‘Little Rocket Man’ nickname over noodles and wine with South Korea

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  • Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un plan to meet sometime over the next few weeks.
  • Kim suggested the meeting to South Korean officials at a summit in Pyongyang earlier this week.
  • During the meeting, he reportedly appeared “relaxed” about his international reputation and even made fun of himself.
  • He also enjoyed noodles and wine with South Korean officials.

Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un have agreed to meet for the first time, in what’s been hailed as both a diplomatic coup and “propaganda bonanza” for the North Korean leader.

The meeting comes after months of squabbling and name-calling by the two leaders. Trump has repeatedly called Kim Jong Un “Little Rocket Man,” and Kim called Trump a “mentally deranged US dotard” in response.

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