It’s good for adjacent countries to get along, insists Trump whilst building border wall with Mexico

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President Trump has publicly endorsed the meeting yesterday between the North and South Korean leaders whilst simultaneously doing everything he can to build a sodding great wall along the Mexican border.

North Korea’s Kim Jong-un took the historic move of crossing the border into South Korea to meet its leader Moon Jae-in yesterday, which has been hailed as a major step in the de-escalation of tensions between the rogue state and their southerly neighbours.

Tweeting from the lavatory yet again, President Trump declared “After a furious year of missile launches and Nuclear testing, a historic meeting between North and South Korea is now taking place. Good things are happening, but only time will tell!’, although it is unclear whether the final sentence of the tweet related to the diplomatic meeting or a stream of consciousness update on his bowel movements.

Speaking to press earlier today, the poorly-coiffed President explained further, “I think it is terrific, just terrific, that two neighbouring countries who have had big differences in the past can put that to one side and actually talk to each other like this.

“If only more civilised countries could tear down the barriers between them and cross each other’s boundaries in the name of peace.”

Turning to an aide he added, “James, schedule in a border wall update meeting with my team. With every passing moment more of those filthy Mexicans could be flooding in to steal jobs and rape our women. It should have been finished by now, surely?