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Trump: Wouldn't Let CIA Recruit Kim Jong Un's Brother

Newsmax Wednesday, 12 June 2019 ()
President Donald Trump took a public stance against the use of CIA informants to spy on North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Tuesday, saying it would not happen on his watch and possibly taking away a valuable tool of the U.S. intelligence community.Trump's remarks to...
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News video: Trump Publicly Opposes Using CIA Informants Against North Korea's Kim

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According to Reuters, U.S. President Donald Trump took a public stance against the use of CIA informants to spy on North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Tuesday. Trump said it would not happen on his watch and possibly taking away a valuable tool of the U.S. intelligence community. Trump’s remarks to...

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