Kim Jong-un impersonator deported from Vietnam ahead of summit

Kim Jong-un impersonator deported from Vietnam ahead of summit
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The US and North Korea are scheduled to hold talks in Hanoi from February 27-28.


Days ahead of the second summit between the US and North Korea, a Kim Jong-un impersonator has been deported from Vietnam. 

The Kim Jong-un lookalike was in Vietnam along with a Donald Trump impersonator. According to a report by the BBC, both were detained following their participation in a fake summit. 

The summit, which will take place between Feb 27-28, will be the second summit between United States' president Donald Trump and North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un. The two are set to discuss a number of topics, including potential denuclearization.

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