If President Trump is concerned about the appearance of a bromance with a dictator, he’s not showing it. In fact, says he has received a "beautiful letter" from North Korea’s diminutive dictator Kim Jong Un.
Talking with reporters at the White House, Trump is again expressing optimism about talks on denuclearization of the North. He argued that the situation with North Korea is “much better now” and stressed that there has been no nuclear testing by the North and no tests of long-range missiles since negotiations started.
Thing is? “Friendly relations” between leadership and the United States aren’t entirely new. That’s because Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of the North Korean leader who was killed in a nerve-agent attack allegedly ordered by the North Korean government, had been working with the CIA prior to his death. That’s the word according to the “Wall Street Journal,” who is reporting that Jong Nam had "met on several occasions with [CIA] operatives."
Source: White House