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President Donald Trump stated during his campaign run, and after, that he was "non-braggadocious." But Trump's use of language laden with superlatives is well documented.

Most, best, biggest and other such grandiose terms describing his own accomplishments dot all of the President's speeches and tweets. On Tuesday, the President tweeted, according to an unnamed and unlinked poll, he was "the most popular Republican in the history of the Party."

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North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump shake hands following a signing ceremony during their North Korea-US summit in Singapore on June 12, 2018. (Photo by SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

Back in April, before the summit with North Korea, President Donald Trump told reporters that the United States had been played by "like a fiddle" in the past by North Korea because it had a "different kind of leader." Trump vowed at the time that North Korea was not playing and he would not be played.

But Max Boot, an author, consultant, editorialist, lecturer and military historian claims otherwise. In an opinion piece in The Washington Post, Boot states,

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SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE - JUNE 12: In this handout photograph provided by The Strait Times, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (L) with U.S. President Donald Trump (R) during their historic U.S.-DPRK summit at the Capella Hotel on Sentosa island on June 12, 2018 in Singapore. U.S. President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un held the historic meeting between leaders of both countries on Tuesday morning in Singapore, carrying hopes to end decades of hostility and the threat of North Korea's nuclear programme. (Photo by Kevin Lim/The Strait Times/Handout/Getty Images)

Following Tuesday's summit in Singapore between President Donald Trump and North Korean Dictator Kim Jong Un, North Korea state media has been reporting that Trump made a series of concessions to Kim that were not listed on a joint statement signed by the two countries.

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North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un walks out in front of US President Donald Trump after taking part in a signing ceremony at the end of their North Korea-US summit, at the Capella Hotel on Sentosa island in Singapore on June 12, 2018. (Photo by ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP/Getty Images)

The 2018 North Korea–United States summit, or Singapore Summit, is the first between a United States President and the North Korean leader. It took place on June 12, 2018 at the Capella Hotel on Sentosa Island in Singapore between Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump.

The two leaders signed a joint statement during their meeting and released it to the public on Tuesday morning.

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June 1, 2018: President Donald Trump addresses reporters outside the White House regarding the June 12 summit with North Korea. (CBS News)

Get your challenge coins ready. After notifying Kim Jong Un by letter last month that the planned summit between North Korea and the United States was cancelled, it appears President Donald Trump will be once again headed for Singapore.

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WASHINGTON, DC - SEPTEMBER 09: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses a rally against the Iran nuclear deal on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol September 9, 2015 in Washington, DC. Thousands of people gathered for the rally, organized by the Tea Party Patriots, which featured conservative pundits and politicians. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un canceled Wednesday's high-stakes talks with South Korea in response to military exercises conducted by South Korea and the United States. Around 100 warplanes, including B-52s and F-15K jets, participated in the drills, reports BBC News.

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