Jim Carrey Goes Nuclear on Trump Over North Korea in Latest Political Artwork

Actor/artist says president deserves “a Nobel Prize for cowardice and moral desolation”

Jim Carrey ponied up another Trump-thumping artwork on Wednesday morning — and it was quite the eye-opening image.

In Carrey’s latest political piece, the actor-artist depicted North Korean leader Kim Jong Un riding on Trump’s back, as the president was hunched over with a bit in his mouth.

Carrey offered further commentary in a message stating that any nuclear deal that Trump might strike with North Korea would be a “fraud,” and that Trump deserves “a Nobel Prize for cowardice and moral desolation.”

“If Trump makes a nuclear deal w/ North Korea, it’s a FRAUD: China and Russia trying to keep their Prize Pony in the White House,” Carrey wrote.

“When there’s a Nobel Prize for cowardice and moral desolation Trump will be the first to receive it,” he continued.

Earlier this week, ahead of a summit with Kim, Trump said that North Korea could benefit economically without nuclear weapons.

“Chairman Kim realizes, perhaps better than anyone else, that without nuclear weapons, his country could fast become one of the great economic powers anywhere in the World. Because of its location and people (and him), it has more potential for rapid growth than any other nation!” Trump tweeted.

In another tweet, Trump wrote, “I will be leaving for Hanoi, Vietnam, early tomorrow for a Summit with Kim Jong Un of North Korea, where we both expect a continuation of the progress made at first Summit in Singapore. Denuclearization?”

Clearly, Carrey doesn’t think Trump’s plan is the bomb.

See Carrey’s latest below.