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If you're not following the RAND corporation on Twitter you're missing out on real comedy gold. The famous think tank is generally the headquarters of Capt. Obvious but every once in a while it will bravely take a contrarian view that is somehow always in keeping with the Leftist theory that states that what's really happening is the exact opposite of what really is happening. For example:

 

I'm out for the weekend -- but here's something lovely and completely non-political to wrap things up.

See you Monday...

Summit back on.

CNN's Kevin Liptak reports:

President Donald Trump said Friday he will meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on June 12 in Singapore, a summit he previously canceled in a letter.

Trump received a top-level visitor from North Korea on Friday who came bearing a letter from the country's dictator Kim Jong Un as the two sides work toward a meeting between the two world leaders.

Trump was meeting in the Oval Office with Kim's envoy, Kim Yong Chol, a former spy chief and currently the country's top nuclear negotiator. It's the highest-level meeting between a US president and a North Korean official since 2000.

With the Singapore meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un back on, here's Nikki Haley explaining how Trump achieved the impossible.

Trump summit with Kim Jong-Un is back on.

It seems the president hasn't had enough of Kim summits. He met with Kim Kardashian West this week, and on June 12 he will meet with Kim Jong-Un.

Your feelgood headline of the day: Trump Has Cut Federal Payroll by 24,000 Jobs.

Not to be presumptuous, Mr. President, but could you try adding an extra zero to that figure?