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Some poor guy had to sit between Trump and South Korea’s president for a ‘casual’ meal

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On Tuesday, U.S. president Donald Trump stopped by military base Camp Humphreys for lunch, during his official visit to South Korea.

For some reason, they sat one single soldier between Trump and South Korean president, Moon Jae-in. So that guy sat awkwardly while Trump and Moon talked across him.

"Why me?"
“Why me?”

A video clip of the incident has been picked up on South Korean TV, highlighting the poor guy’s stunned expression as he sat between the two world leaders, apparently too terrified to eat.

According to Stars and Stripes, Trump was joining the troops for Taco Tuesday, and had tacos, a burrito and curly fries for lunch.

Camp Humphreys is the U.S.’s largest overseas military base, a sprawling 3,454 acre facility with 500 buildings. It sits 60 miles from the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea.



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