God-Emperor Trump stares down nuclear missiles, a groping feminist won't pose him any problems

August 8, 2017: The Leader of North Korea threatens to attack the United States using nuclear weapons. President God-Emperor Donald Trump angrily threatens that he is willing to destroy them in response.

June 12, 2018 (308 days later): North Korea backs down and agrees to de-nuclearize.

May 31, 2018: The Prime Minister of Canada threatens to attack the United States using his arsenal of fake eyebrowns.

June 11, 2018: President God-Emperor Donald Trump threatens that he is willing to (economically) destroy Canada in response.

Do you have any illusion that Rat Bastard 2.0 is more intimidating than Kim Jong Un?

As an aside, I think there's something to Small Dead Animals commenter A Canadian's post:

The difference is that Donald Trump has made clear he’s not interested in peace at any price. Kim Jong-Un can either get rid of his nukes or be defeated in battle and killed. Simple as that.

No, Trump doesn’t care about South Korea. If nothing else but turning the Korean peninsula into a smoking ruin and leaving China and Japan to clean up the mess will stop Kim Jong-Un from nuking the United States, that’s fine by Trump. Fewer factories in Korea means more jobs for Americans.

Turns out that’s all it took.
You might find it quite the cynical bit of realpolitik but I think the point stands. It comes to mind Quark in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "The Maquis", who tried advocating for peace using an economic argument. Much of what Quark said in that scene doesn't hold water particularly in the context of the episode, but there was this little exchange which is similar to the Trump-NOKO summit:
Quark: You want to acquire peace. Fine, peace is good. But how much are you willing to pay for it?

Sakonna: Whatever it costs.

Quark: That's the kind of irresponsible spending that causes so many business ventures to fail. You're forgetting the Third Rule! Right now, peace could be bought at a bargain price, and you don't even realize it.
History is full of men who wanted peace and didn't get it (Chamberlain, Carter), and men who weren't particularly invested in peace but aw shucks if it's available why not pick it up, I'm already flying to foreign countries and negotiating with people anyways (Nixon, Trump).

Only Nixon could go to China, speaking of Vulcans discussing economics, so maybe only Trump could go to North Korea?