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Trump To Kim Jong Un: Won't Let The CIA Spy On North Korea
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12 Jun 2019 03:19 AM EST

President Donald Trump has again sided with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, saying on Tuesday that he would not allow the CIA to spy on Pyongyang while he's in power. Asked about a report that Kim Jong Nam, Kim's exiled half-brother, was a CIA informant who was later killed, Trump said he wouldn't allow that to happen under his watch. "I saw the information about the CIA with respect to his brother or half-brother, and I would tell him that would not happen under my auspice that's for sure," Trump told a press gaggle before boarding the presidential helicopter.

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