There have been rumors and conflicting reports over North Korea leader Kim Jong Un’s health since he failed to attend an event that honored his Kim’s grandfather, Kim Il Sung on April 15, and he has not been seen in public since.
Claims out of North Korea are almost impossible to verify due to the country’s secrecy and isolation, and it’s anyone’s guess what is truth and what is fiction at this point
United States President disclose that The Asia country leader is alive but refused to reveal the truth about the North Korean dictator’s health.
This was disclosed when Trump was asked about Kim’s well-being due to conflicting reports on Kim’s status that he has died, while reports out of South Korea say he is alive.
During a press conference at the White House on Monday,Trump said, ‘I can’t tell you exactly. Yes, I do have a very good idea,’ he responded when asked about it. ‘But I can’t talk about it. I just wish him well. I’ve had a very good relationship with Kim Jong-un.
Several report said that he underwent a life-saving heart surgery,which either wasn’t done rapidly enough, or it was botched completely by the surgeon, after he clutched his chest in early April and fell down while visiting the countryside.
Whitehouse leader went on to defend his own policy with North Korea saying: ‘If I weren’t president, you would have been in war with Korea.
‘You would have been in war with North Korea if I wasn’t president. That I can tell you. He expected that. That I can tell you. I hope he’s fine. I do know how he’s doing relatively speaking. We will see you’ll probably be hearing in the not too distant future,’
‘He didn’t say anything last Saturday. Nobody knows where he is so he obviously couldn’t have said it,’Trump said, when Commenting on Kim’s message to workers in the country published in North Korean state-media Sunday.
The country is one of the most isolated and secretive in the world. The health of its dictator is a highly guarded topic, and U.S. intelligence services have limited views into the government’s activities even in more normal times.