As President Trump arrives in Tokyo for a three-day visit, rumors are circling that his days may be numbered - and from novel and unfamiliar sources.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has organised an interesting itinerary for the president, starting with a peaceful and relaxing round of golf, then on to a special dining experience at a noted Grilled Robatayaki restaurant - one that also specializes in serving Blowfish, or Fugu.
Fugu is said to be 1,200 times as toxic as cyanide.
The 'really tasty' parts containing the tetrodotoxin are in the brain, eyes, skin, liver, intestines, and especially the ovaries. The ovaries are really tasty!
I bet you can already guess the plan, can't you?
To start with, however, Mr Abe and Mr Trump - both keen golfers - will play 18 holes at the beautiful Divine Wind course outside of Tokyo on Monday. The course has gained a reputation for being rather a dangerous course to play on, especially during the frequent thunderstorms that rage around the area from April through June.
There have been 27 deaths there from lightning strikes in the last twelve months alone. The Japanese government is to present Mr. Trump with a 'special umbrella' on the first tee.
If that doesn't work, and the weather stays fine, they will then take afternoon tea at the fish restaurant.
The Blowfish will then 'take care of things'.