Before the summit between President Trump and Kim Chen Un [Vietnam] deported a man representing the North Korean leader.
Howard X, a Hong Kong resident who is looking at Kim Chen Un, and Trump's interpreter Russell White were detained by the authorities during a televised interview last week after organizing a fake summit, the BBC reported.
"And Russell and I are irritated by the fact that we are seen 24 hours a day, but at the same time we recognize that the government believes that we as imitators are considered important enough to spend our resources on us, "said Howard H. on Facebook.
On Monday, the Vietnamese authorities sent Howard X out of the country because he said his visa was invalid. White is allowed to stay, but has been asked to stop Trump as a public, reports Agence France-Presse.
True Trump and Kim Chen Un will meet with February. 27 and 28 in Vietnam to clarify the details of the history-based denuclearization agreement.
North Korea confirms that leader Kim Chen Un is on a train in Vietnam for the Trump summit
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