United States President Donald Trump has discussed about the possibility of playing a round of golf with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, according to a senior Trump administration official.
According to reports, a high-stakes round of nuclear diplomacy will take place between the pair next week in Singapore, which could pave the way for a round of 18. Trump has reportedly told advisors he is willing to invite Kim for a follow-up summit at Trump's private club in Palm Beach, Florida.
"He has discussed [possibly] golfing with Kim," said a senior Trump administration official.
In the eyes of Trump's close friend Eric Bolling, a round on the links would be a great idea.
"It would be phenomenal... I think it would be a huge foreign policy win if President Trump got Kim Jong Un on a golf course, especially if he did it at Mar-a-Lago,” said Mr Bolling.
"I think Trump would be seen as a larger-than-life, superpower president over the North Korean troublemaker. And a lot of business gets done on the golf course."
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Mr Bolling says he would be betting on his pal to come up trumps, unless Kim is marking his own card.
"I would love to see that match happen - and I would put my money on the president of the United States... well unless Kim’s keeping his own score… and cheating."
To our knowledge, we've yet to see Kim on a golf course before, so it could be a bit of a mis-match.
However, Kim's father and predecessor Kim Jong Il was an enthusiast, even using the country’s notorious propaganda apparatus to boast of a particularly impressive (and obviously fabricated) 38-under-par round at a Pyongyang course.
Kim's preferred sport appears to be basketball.