North Korean leader Kim Jong Un waved during the military parade in Pyongyang to celebrate the 105th birthday of his grandfather, Kim Il Sung, the country’s founder, on April 15. President Trump said Monday he’d be “honored” to meet with Kim – triggering criticism that Trump is sending mixed messages to the regime.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un waved during the military parade in Pyongyang to celebrate the 105th birthday of his grandfather, Kim Il Sung, the country’s founder, on April 15. President Trump said Monday he’d be “honored” to meet with Kim – triggering criticism that Trump is sending mixed messages to the regime. Wong Maye-E AP
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un waved during the military parade in Pyongyang to celebrate the 105th birthday of his grandfather, Kim Il Sung, the country’s founder, on April 15. President Trump said Monday he’d be “honored” to meet with Kim – triggering criticism that Trump is sending mixed messages to the regime. Wong Maye-E AP

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