Donald Trump and his delegation share a working lunch Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his team during the U.S. leader's visit to The Istana, the official residence of the prime minister in Singapore on June 11, 2018.
So devoid of detail was the document the two men signed, even Trump had to acknowledge, when boasting he got North Korea to commit to destroying a major missile testing site, that they "did not put it in the agreement because we did not have time".
Projecting authority comes easily to Trump, who as a global leader, businessman and former television personality is well-versed in using body language effectively.
He then laid out, "Trump wanted to make it look like he did something big".
"Whenever they're shaking hands, you can see the whites of their fingertips - these two guys are alpha males", Leong said.
Kim also patted Trump, in an attempt to assert control. "He was not leaving this summit without claiming he made a deal", Kimmel explained. "I showed it to them today. An iPad", Trump said.
"Oops. That's an oopsy truthsie right there", Kimmel said after the clip played.
"Featuring President Donald Trump and Chairman Kim Jong Un in a meeting to remake history", the trailer's narrator intones.
To Trump's statement "I'm given what I'm given" to ABC News' George Stephanopoulos about working with a brutal dictator like Kim, Colbert quipped, "Kim kills his own people, but it's not like he kneeled during the National Anthem". Though CNN reports the almost five-hour talk ended with only a "vague pledge" that North Korea will disarm, many on Twitter were more taken with what the world leaders dined on during their important discussion.