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Thursday, 11 April 2013

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President Obama says that Kim Jong Un missed his calling and should have been a stand up comedian.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - President Obama informed the White House press corps that he received a text message from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

The president commented that Kim Jong Un told him that he will stop with all of his missile firing rhetoric on one condition.

President Obama paused trying to stifle a giggle. He then informed the reporters that the Kimster, as he has been pegged by Michelle Obama, wrote that the condition is that the United States government will pay the North Korean government $100 million which is to be deposited in The Second National Bank of Pyongyang by 8 a.m. on Monday, April 15.

The White House press corps erupted in uproarious laughter. Vice-President Biden told the reporters to try and regain their composure.

After about three minutes, the reporters all settled down. The president shook his head and remarked that he has always known that Kim Jong Un was crazy, but he had no idea that he was insane.

The reporters started clapping and gave him a standing ovation. He told them to please be seated. Vice-President Joe Biden was laughing so hard he actually fell out of his chair and onto the floor.

Luckily a secret service agent with the help of Political Salad Bar Magazine reporter Sinclair Petaluma were both able to help the vice-president up and get him back in his chair.

SIDENOTE: When President Obama was asked what his reply to Kim Jong Un was he grinned and said that he told him that if he (KJU) gives the USA $100 million he will change his mind about turning North Korea into the world's largest parking lot.

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