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Thursday, 25 July 2013

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Kim Jong Un's palace is an exact replica of The Westminster House of Parliament. (Photo courtesy of Dennis Rodman).

PYONGYANG, North Korea - Kim Jong Un has reportedly informed his American BFF Dennis Rodman that he wants him to tell Anthony Weiner that he is welcome to visit his fabulous country.

The Rice Paddy Whack National News Agency reports that Kim Jong Un has said that he likes Weiner because the man is an underdog and yet he keeps on fighting as hard as he can (no pun intended).

The leader of North Korea said that he would like for Mr. Weiner to witness his next celebratory missile launch which is tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, August 6 at 5:35 a.m. (Brooklyn time).

Kim Jong Un has said that Weiner can stay at his palatial palace where he will be treated as if he is Honey Boo Boo, Kim's favorite American actress.

Reports are that Weiner who wants to be mayor of New York City is extremely excited about the offer and is trying to clear up his schedule including meetings with Vice-President Biden, Speaker of The House John Boehner, the hip hop band Boyz 2 Noise, GOP talk radio host Rush Limbaugh, and NASCAR race driver Danica Patrick.

SIDENOTE: Kim Jong Un has made it abundantly clear to thousands of ex-North Korean individuals who now reside in New York City that he wants them to vote for Anthony Weiner.

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