And depending on who's watching the video, it comes across as either an inspirational invitation for Chairman Kim Jong Un to bring his beloved North Korea into the modern world or a heavy-handed threat by President Trump to usher in an apocalypse if he fails to do so.
The Associated Press reported that while the press corps and White House have an agreement to allow a full pool of reporters into any meetings where media is allowed, reporters for the AP and other outlets were kept out of some events at the Singapore summit.
"In the 20 second-long video, we wanted to portray that uncomfortable relationships could improve based on the conversation and cooperation just like Trump and Kim did", said an OB official. As a Time report said, "Korean is a language with strict rules regarding formality, especially in terms of how leaders are addressed, a challenge that is only compacted because of Trump's informal style of discourse and Kim's position as the "supreme leader" of a totalitarian country". Responding to questions, he said "absolutely" he would invite Kim to the White House.
Some industry insiders said if they had known that things would fold out this quickly, they could have prepared to launch Trump-Kim commemorative goods.
The document indicates the leaders will work toward establishment of "new US-Democratic People's Rrepublic of Korea relations".
The leaders met Tuesday for a historic summit that Trump had touted in recent weeks as a chance for the pair to get to know one another. It presents the meeting as a choice for Kim-offering him the chance of global investment and resources, and asking whether he will become a "hero of his people".More news: Xbox shows off record number of games as it promises 'biggest year'
"[The] Trump-Kim trailer represents something deeper and more sinister, wherein the language of schlock now seems to lead the way and define the debate", wrote film critic Bilge Ebiri of the Village Voice.
Trump said they had "it on a cassette and an iPad".
Nice and handsome and thin and flawless, indeed.
Then they dined on beef short rib confit along with sweet and sour crispy pork.
The North Korean leader and Trump appeared nervous when they sat down according to a body language expert. Kim has been accused of horrific rights abuses against his people.
"We had nothing to do with that film", Castaldo said in a telephone interview, adding he had awoken to a deluge of calls and emails from journalists around the world. But he added "our hostages" are back home and testing, research and launches have stopped.More news: Bethesda Unveils New Single-Player Space Epic Starfield
"He won't have that opportunity again", the US president added.
Watch the "Fox & Friends" co-hosts react above.
The optimistic summit was a remarkable change in dynamics from less than a year ago, when Trump was threatening "fire and fury" against Kim, who in turn scorned the American president as a "mentally deranged US dotard". North Korea has great potential for the future!
US GovernmentThe video included a credit for "Destiny Pictures".
Until denuclearization is complete, economic sanctions on North Korea will remain in place.More news: De Gea demands public apology from Spanish PM