Anderson Cooper Shared a Photo of a Very Weird Novelty Food Commemorating the Trump-Kim Summit

The CNN host broke his no-Instagram-food-photography rule again.

As a rule, Anderson Cooper does not share food photos on Instagram. But occasionally, a particularly epic meal forces him to relax that policy. So too, apparently, does a particularly strange food item he encounters as part of his world travels as a journalist.

The CNN anchor is in Singapore covering Donald Trump's historic summit with North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-un. And a coffee break at the Fullerton Hotel Singapore provided a surprisingly photo-worthy, and rather curious, chance to share with his followers. Cooper shared a photo of an espresso beverage topped with photo-realistic art depicting the two leaders rendered in black and white. The men are facing each other, smiling wide.

It seems, perhaps, a more appropriate novelty food for a wedding couple than denuclearization talks, but hey — it managed the rare feat of securing real estate within Cooper's Instagram feed, which was basically its raison d'etre. So there you go.

A Summit coffee at the #fullertonhotelsingapore

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