Jim Carrey Targets Trump-Kim Singapore Summit, Beef With Canada in New Painting

Actor Jim Carrey is at it again with a new painting taking aim at President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's historic meeting at the Singapore summit. The comedian's latest political painting riffs on the president's spat with the "bloodthirsty Canadians" to the north.

The new painting, which was posted in the early-morning hours of Tuesday, shows the two leaders appearing in what looks like a game show. Kim is wearing a rocket costume with the words "I starved my people to make this missile." The North Korean leader is also depicted holding a sign that displays Trump's favorite insult, "Little rocket man."

Meanwhile, a grinning Trump holds a microphone to Kim's mouth.

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. pic.twitter.com/kHa1w3ye03

— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) June 12, 2018

"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," Carrey captioned his latest creation.

This is not the first time Carrey has taken on the meeting between Trump and Kim. In mid-May, he released a painting of Kim being caressed by Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

"Just take the damn meeting and pretend you're disarming so we can keep this stooge in the White House for another term. When democracy is dead we'll give you a seat at the grown-up's table. You'll be even more famous than the Kim with the big ass," Carrey wrote along with the painting.

The comedian has released a number of politically charged paintings, tackling everything from the Trump administration's new immigration policies, the gun control debate and international relations. His works, which are a big success with critics of the current administration, have taken on several key figures including Melania Trump, Rudy Giuliani, Devin Nunes and Adam Schiff.

Trump and Kim met Tuesday at a historic summit aimed to discuss North Korea's denuclearization. The two leaders reached an understanding that Pyongyang would work toward denuclearization while Washington ended joint military exercises with South Korea.

President Trump signaled that the U.S. would continue sanctions against North Korea until denuclearization happened but hinted that those signals may be lifted earlier than expected, CBS News reported. The president is hailing the summit as a success, saying it went "better than anybody could have expected."

In a joint statement, the leaders agreed to establish "new U.S.-DPRK relations in accordance with the desire of the peoples of the two countries for peace and prosperity" and vowed to combine their efforts to promote "a lasting and stable peace regime on the Korean Peninsula."

North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un, left, shakes hands with U.S. President Donald Trump after taking part in a signing ceremony at the end of their historic U.S.–North Korea summit, at the Capella Hotel on Sentosa Island in Singapore on June 12. Anthony Wallace/AFP/Getty Images