How Hollywood Is Reacting to Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un's North Korea Summit
48 Times Trump Pissed Off Hollywood in His First Year as POTUS

"I liked it a lot better when #KimTrumpSummit referred to his hang with a Kardashian," Elizabeth Banks tweets.

President Donald Trump declared success after a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Tuesday afternoon -- but Hollywood's not buying it.

The meeting resulted with Trump and Kim signing a document agreeing to a handful of key provisions.

Overall, the two walked away with an understanding that Pyongyang would work toward denuclearization and that the United States would end joint military exercises with South Korea.

Neither side, however, specified exactly how Pyongyang would be achieving or verifying said denuclearization.

"We'll be verifying," Trump said after the summit. He also claimed Jong-un told him North Korea had already destroyed a "major" missile testing site.

POTUS claimed that the summit went "better than anybody could have expected" and said Jong-un had a great personality. Trump also said he would "absolutely" be inviting Jung-un to the White House.

Take a look at how Hollywood responded to the summit in the savage tweets below:

Bob Schooley, who created the 2002 animated series, "Kim Possible," went on perhaps the funniest rant of the day. See some of his best tweets below:

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