Pompeo Aides Unsure Why North Korean Work Camp Hotel Had Four Stars On TripAdvisor
Pyongyang, North Korea -- Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s capture in a North Korean work camp is being described lightly as merely “an aide’s error” as President Donald Trump’s administration looks to downplay the incident.
“Okay, Mike simply had some problems finding a hotel out there. I mean, where do really start to look for a hotel in North Korea? I would have no idea,” Kellyanne Conway told George Stephanopoulos on ABC’s This Week. “His office found this great place on TripAdvisor, or at least they thought it was perfect.”
“The owner of the property had this message up there that said ‘All Are Welcome, Especially American Devils.’ Mike is a huge New Jersey Devils fan. I think he thought he’d be meeting some of the players there. That has to be it, really,” Conway continued. “It had four stars. Four stars.”
The White House seems unwilling to admit their new “friend,” North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, has imprisoned the nation’s Secretary of State in one of their fabled “death camps” with forced labor.
“Our president told everyone how great a guy Kim is. He felt it in his handshake and saw it in his eyes. He’s just a little rascal. Great guy.”