Seoul, South Korea South Korean hackers have listened to conversations with North Korea's Kim Jong-Un, China's Xi Jinping, and Russia's Vladimir Putin. The phone calls actually came through on the cheap transistor radios the South Koreans use.
"Kim Jong-Un was complaining that when Obama was President, he was ignored by the U.S., in spite of all the crazy stunts he pulled. But when Trump became President, his idiotic antics made Kim look positively sane, which is not a good thing for despotic dictators who control their people through fear," an anonymous correspondent related.
"When Trump came over to North Korea, Kim Jong-Un felt he only did it because he was jealous of all the attention Kim was getting," said the correspondent.
Putin and Xi Jinping both consoled Kim Jong-Un, explaining to him that it was much more fun watching Trump melt down than to do anything else.
"Believe me, it much more fun this way!" spoke Putin.