At a rally in West Virginia on Saturday night, President Trump told his gathered fans that he and brutal North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un "fell in love." It was Kim's way with words, Trump explained. "He wrote me beautiful letters. And they are great letters. We fell in love." On Monday, The Late Show imagined Kim's reply, and — as in real life — he's just not that into Trump.
Still, "what a heart-warming love story," Jimmy Kimmel said on Kimmel Live. "It reminds me of the romantic comedy Crazy Stupid Love, only crazier and more stupid." But Kim isn't just writing letters to Trump. In fact, Kimmel said, "Kim Jong Un's behaving more like Kim Kardashi-un lately, because North Korea has announced their intent to produce the world's finest cosmetics. They're getting into the makeup business, they're building factories, and to kick things off, Chairman Un just launched his own YouTube channel." He played a sample, then predicted that "once North Korea gets the internet, they're going to eat that up." Watch below. Peter Weber