Kim Jong-un joins Celebrity Dictator
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Tuesday, October 16, 2018, 21:02:UTC)(
12 June 2018
Singapore – North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un has joined Celebrity Dictator in a special ceremony. The show's creator and host Donald Trump who also happens to be President of the United States said it was a 'great honour' to have Kim in the show.
The decision to invite Kim Jong-un happened when Trump decided the young dictator had shown enough despotic ability to be eligible. As Celebrity Despot's host-for-life, Trump says he had been eyeing the potential of Kim Jong-un for sometime.
Kim will be a great contestant, great contestant. He has all the abilities I admire: ruthless disregard of weak people like Justin Trudeau and loves his country to the extent he was willing to put it on the table if we chose to go with a Nuclear War edition. It's gonna be a great show folks.
Celebrity Dictator already has an impressive line-up of entrants. Russia's President Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping, President of China have already signed up. Others expected on the show will be Philippines controversial leader Rodrigo Duterte, President Recep Tayyip of Turkey and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia. Trump added:
I am hoping to get a few celebrity female despots on the show like Marine Le Pen and Elizabeth II. It will be a fantastic line-up and I have already arranged world broadcasting rights with Fox News. The winner will be able to develop some fantastic real estate in Korea.
If he wins, Kim Jong Un shall join the likes of Joseph Stalin, Vladimir Lenin and Pope John Paul II in a list of winners of the show. The winner will be presented with a gold statue of a political opponent being beaten up by the secret police, and a house overlooking the Auschwitz concentration camp.