VIDEO: Trump shows off ‘The Beast’ to Kim during historic Singapore summit
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President Trump gave North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un a rare look into his presidential limo – dubbed “The Beast” – on Tuesday after the two ate lunch during their historic summit in Singapore.
The media spotted Trump and Kim approaching the limousine, adorned with an American flag. Trump gestured to the car and then a Secret Service agent opened the right passenger door.
The article goes on to state the following:
Kim could be seen smiling as he looked inside the vehicle.
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