After the historic peace deal between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un in Singapore, the US President has commissioned former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair to conclude the agreement with North Korea.
In a historic meeting, the Trump validated Jong-Un’s rule and gave security guarantees in exchange for a firm promise from North Korea to think about denuclearisation at an unspecified point in the future.
But Trump himself conceded that there was no time to deal with less important issues such as human rights and hired Tony Blair to cement the deal.
Blair was optimistic about the success of his mission.
“Having bought peace to the Middle East, I don’t think that concluding a deal with North Korea will be much of an issue for me,” pronounced Blair.
“I’m a specialist in locating weapons of mass destruction, so the North Koreans shouldn’t even try to hide anything.”