Images of world leaders are a common fixture on the walls inside the White House, but the contrast in the latest additions could cause a few people to do a double-take.
It is not unusual that there would be an image of President Donald Trump next to Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles at an event in the U.K. during his recent state visit there. That’s especially true given Trump’s warm words about the monarch, describing the meeting with her as “incredible.”
But it is the picture to the left that raises eyebrows. It shows Trump with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, who is looking at Trump’s feet as he becomes the first U.S. president to set foot in the secretive country last month.
— The Hill (@thehill) July 16, 2019