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There has been widespread speculation on Twitter that the large envelope that Kim Jong Un sent to Donald Trump in the post is to highlight his 'tiny hands'.
Pictures have emerged of the strangely large envelope delivered to the President by a senior North Korean messenger on Friday.
Since the letter's delivery, the nuclear summit between the US president and Kim Jong-un is back on.
Official images released by the White House showed that the document is nearly the size of a folded broadsheet newspaper.
People on social media were quick to wonder whether the envelope's size was intended to mock Donald Trump.
I photoshopped myself with a regular-sized envelope next to trump with his giant envelope, then made myself bigger… https://t.co/CFOOMOJie2 — Jesse McLaren (@Jesse McLaren)
I'm disappointed Kim Jong Un didn't also send Trump a tiny letter opener to go with the huge envelope to really make the troll complete. — Lizz "Watch Feminist Buzzkills Live!" Winstead (@Lizz "Watch Feminist Buzzkills Live!" Winstead)
There was also confusion about whether the president had actually read the letter or not. Speaking to reporters, he seemed to suggest that he'd read the letter, but soon after he said that he hadn't.
Many picked up on the apparently incongruous statements.
Hey, @realDonaldTrump -- today you said that Kim Jong Un sent you a "very nice letter"...but oddly a short while la… https://t.co/guO6HguIpJ — Robert Elisberg (@Robert Elisberg)
At the beginning of his talk remarks to reporters, @realDonaldTrump said he received a "wonderful letter" from Kim… https://t.co/XDoYZl3xEZ — David Shuster (@David Shuster)
Later on Friday, deputy White House press secretary Hogan Gidley confirmed that Mr Trump had read the letter, but he did not reveal its contents.
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