Like every other aspect of his presidency, Trump’s hype-drenched, maybe-it-might-still-occur summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong-un has been an exercise in chaos, uncertainty, authoritarian bluster and incompetence. Hailed as a diplomatic breakthrough by the White House, the meeting’s parameters, agenda and details were never defined. Indeed, all Trump seemed interested in were the optics and pageantry of being The Guy In Charge on a worldwide stage (how else to explain the preposterous challenge coin created to commemorate a yet-to-happen event).