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'Where Is Singapore?' Americans Are Desperately Trying to Locate Their President Donald Trump

"Who is the President of North Korea?" "How Tall is he?"

Raka Mukherjee | News18.com@RakaMukherjeee

Updated:June 12, 2018, 3:34 PM IST
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'Where Is Singapore?' Americans Are Desperately Trying to Locate Their President Donald Trump
"Who is the President of North Korea?" "How Tall is he?"
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The world may have been following Trump and King Jong-Un’s meeting with close scrutiny and theorizing – but Google Analytics reveal that many are just trying to improve their Geography lessons.

“Where is Singapore” is a search term that spiked in the last 24 hours after US President Donald Trump visited Singapore for an exclusive summit with reclusive North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.

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The spike may be normal if one would assume people want to find out more about the Summit, like where it is held.

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Some are even interested in the height of the leaders. The bizarre questions include-- "How tall is Trump?" "How tall is the President of North Korea?"

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A few more related search terms that pop-up when you Google the above questions hint that people are less interested in the outcome of the summit - and more interested in knowing about other things.

And while locating where the summit is held may seem like a fair question – some even have questions like-- “Is Singapore its own country?” Uh oh!

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This, while people on Twitter are speculating on the outcomes:

Google Search tells us how their informed opinions may not be all that informed.

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