Ahead Of Nuclear Summit, Vietnam Deports Kim Jong Un Impersonator The Australian comedian, also known as Howard X, crashed the last U.S.-North Korea summit in Singapore. A President Trump impersonator may stay, as long as he doesn't appear in public.

Ahead Of Nuclear Summit, Vietnam Deports Kim Jong Un Impersonator

Ahead Of Nuclear Summit, Vietnam Deports Kim Jong Un Impersonator

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The Australian comedian, also known as Howard X, crashed the last U.S.-North Korea summit in Singapore. A President Trump impersonator may stay, as long as he doesn't appear in public.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. Before Kim Jong Un arrived in Vietnam for a summit, Kim Jong Un had to leave Vietnam. Hanoi is the location for a meeting between Kim and President Trump. In preparation, Vietnam's authoritarian government is deporting a Kim Jong Un impersonator. The Australian comedian, also known as Howard X, crashed the last summit in Singapore but won't be allowed this time. His partner, a President Trump impersonator, can stay as long as he doesn't appear in public. It's MORNING EDITION.

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