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Footage of President Trump returning the salute of a North Korean general at Tuesday’s historic summit in Singapore went viral on social media Thursday after it was aired by the state TV in the rogue nation.
Part of a video package documenting North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s meeting with Trump, the tape shows the president reaching out to shake the hand of a general from the Hermit Kingdom. The general, instead, salutes Trump before the president returns the gesture.
The article goes on to state the following:
Twitter users, including former Pentagon and CIA spokesman George Little, were quick to suggest that conservative political pundits would be outraged by the images had it been former President Barack Obama rather than Trump.
— BBC Monitoring (@BBCMonitoring) June 14, 2018
The President of the United States saluted a North Korean general. Where’s the outrage, Republican Party? https://t.co/ghtJTp1Lev
— George Little (@georgelittledc) June 14, 2018
North Korean state TV aired footage of President Donald Trump saluting a North Korean General. Trump first extends his hand, to which the General responds with a salute. Trump salutes back, then extends his hand again & the two men shake hands. All with Kim Jong Un looking on. pic.twitter.com/YhRCFiIDnE
— Will Ripley (@willripleyCNN) June 14, 2018
Trump saluted a North Korean military officer and the footage is now being run on state television
REMINDER: The right-wing freaked out when Obama “bowed” to a Japanese robot. pic.twitter.com/5KiXhdxwSy
— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) June 14, 2018
Watch Trump salute a North Korean General. What a traitor. Pathetic. pic.twitter.com/yVO2C7UHHM
— Scott Dworkin (@funder) June 14, 2018
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