Seth Rogan Is More Equipped To Deal With North Korea Than Trump

President Donald Trump has certainly put his foot in his mouth before, and it's no surprise that he's done it again. It's not uncommon for him to come out with something causing the masses to question whether he really knows what he's doing, but his latest goof is really frightening. Thankfully, comedians like Seth Rogen are around to break the tension with a joke, because if you don't laugh about these things, you might have to cry.

During the White House's post-Easter Egg Roll a Fox News reporter managed to grab the president's attention and get in a serious question. Ainsley Earhardt asked the president about confronting North Korea.

The president was vague, saying he essentially didn't want to telegraph his punches. He then went on to say, "I hope there’s going to be peace, but they’ve been talking with this gentleman for a long time. You read [Bill] Clinton’s book and he said, ‘Oh, we made such a great peace deal’ and it was a joke. You look at different things over the years with President Obama. Everybody has been out-played. They’ve all been out-played by this gentleman, and we’ll see what happens. But I just don’t telegraph my moves.”

These comments had a lot of history buffs and newshounds scratching their heads. It's true that former Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama dealt with a North Korean leader, but that was Kim Jong II who died in 2011. The current leader of North Korea is Kim Jong Ung, his son.

"Guys. Guys. I don’t think Trump knows who’s the leader of North Korea," a Twitter user posted.

That's when Seth Rogen chimed in with a funny but, when you think about it, kind of scary tweet: "I think we did more research for our movie about killing Kim Jong Un than trump is in to actually killing him."

'The Interview' was a political spoof Rogen directed that mocked the North Korean leader (the current Kim Jong Ung). The movie was pulled from box offices because of the political uproar it caused.

Source: Uproxx
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