The White House Releases Commemorative Coins For Trump’s Upcoming Meeting With Kim Jong Un

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The White House apparently made a coin to commemorate the president’s upcoming summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, even as the fate of the meeting is decidedly uncertain.

On one side of the coin is a picture of Air Force One flying over the White House. On the other is a picture of President Donald Trump and “Supreme Leader” Kim, who notably appears to be sporting quite a few chins. The creation of the coin was first reported by NBC and CNN reporters.

Trump and Kim are currently planning to meet in Singapore on June 12, but whether or not the summit will actually take place is unclear.  (RELATED: The Trump Administration Is Apparently Starting To Doubt That North Korea Wants To ‘Denuclearize At All’)

Frustrated by the Trump administration’s problematic perceptions of North Korea, as well as joint war drills involving U.S. and South Korean aviation assets, Pyongyang suspended all talks with South Korea indefinitely and threatened to scrap the highly anticipated Trump-Kim summit last week. Irritated by North Korea’s sudden shift, the president is reportedly less confident in Pyongyang’s commitment to denuclearization and is going so far as to question whether or not he should cancel the summit.

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