Jim Carrey Takes a Jab at Trump With Politically Charged North Korea Summit Sketch

| JUN 12, 2018 | 8:36 PM
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Actor-comedian-turned-political comic artist Jim Carrey unveiled his latest political sketch early Tuesday morning on Twitter. The post showed North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in a nuclear missile suit and President Donald Trump holding a microphone to his face.

Carrey captioned the sketch, “Let's Make A Deal: You'll be a real world leader. I'll sway the midterm elections. And together we will save the world from the bloodthirsty Canadians.”

The leaders are drawn to look like they are appearing on the game show “Let's Make a Deal,” with Kim as the contestant and Trump as the host.

In addition to being dressed in a missile costume, Kim has the words “I starved my people to make this missile” sketched across his chest. Carrey also drew Kim holding a sign that references Trump's “little Rocket Man” comments, which were made in 2017.

Carrey also jabbed at Trump's relationship with Canada, which has been under scrutiny since the president tweeted about Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau being “weak” after the G-7 summit:

This is not the actor's first politically charged painting. Carrey has made several political statements with his art since Trump took office in 2016.