In summit movie trailer, Trump and Kim meet their destiny.


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@tomgara, tweeting about the video that President Trump showed Kim Jong Un when the two met Tuesday in Singapore. The film, which was later screened for reporters, featured shots of the two men interspersed with imagery from the U.S. and North Korea, including video seemingly taken during the Korean War. President Trump said he’d had it made to show Kim and the rest of the North Korean delegation, in order to get him “to do something.” Of Kim’s reaction to the piece, Trump said, “I think he loved it.”

As the summit kicks off, Ivanka Trump tweeted out what she thought was a Chinese proverb.

@DianneTipton1, roasting the president’s oldest daughter and adviser for tweeting an alleged Chinese proverb that read, “Those who say it can not be done, should not interrupt those doing it.” Many Chinese Twitter users, however, expressed bafflement, saying they’d never heard of such a proverb. ZTE is a Chinese telecommunications company on which President Trump recently eased U.S. sanctions.

Miss ‘The Office?’ This adorable Samoyed has you covered.

@H0bbitQueen, tweeting about a video of a fluffy Samoyed re-enacting the famous opening sequence for the U.S. version of “The Office.” The clip originated with user @Fluffyface_enzo and features Enzo the Samoyed dressed up as popular characters, including Dwight Schrute (pictured).

Sorry Trump, ‘Bachelorette’ fans don’t care about your historic North Korea meeting.


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@CourtneyNaumes, joking about Monday night’s episode of “The Bachelorette” being disrupted by a news report on President Trump shaking hands with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un. Irritated fans tweeted that the reality show is supposed to offer an escape from politics.

Nigeria’s soccer team makes Africa proud before the World Cup with their traditional dress.


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@blessed_pison, admiring the matching outfits sported by Nigeria’s soccer team as they headed to Russia for the World Cup. The team has been applauded for incorporating traditional dress into their attire.