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Kim told Trump about killing of uncle- Bob Woodward’s book ‘Rage’

In fragments from the book “Rage” written by senior journalist Bob Woodward, describes how during the joint summit in 2018 in Singapore North Korea’s Kim Jong Un discussed with US President Donald Trump about having his uncle killed amidst of other things. Other topics that were discussed in the sections were the racial unrest in the United States along with the secret new weapon that other world powers are unaware of.

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Trump- Kim tells me ‘everything’

All the portions that were released from the book ‘Rage’ are centered on 18 interviews that were conducted between December 2019 and July 2020 among the author Bob Woodward and US President Donald Trump. In the sections that discussed North Korea the author wrote about how Trump was influenced by the North Korean President Kim Jong Un and expressed that Kim is ‘beyond smart’. Trump added that in the submit that was held in Singapore in 2018, Kim discussed every minute detail of various topics along with the killing of his uncle as Trump claims that Kim tells him ‘everything’.

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When the subject of nuclear weapons aroused, Trump claimed the CIA was oblivious on how to tackle North Korea and also added they made a wrong opinion on how North Korea will never give up its nuclear arsenal. Trump was also criticized for his three meetings with the North Korean dictator but the US President stood firm on his decision claiming that the meeting cost him nothing.

America now possess nuclear weapons world is unaware of

In the further fragments of the book, Trump discussed the achievements in the matter of nuclear weapons under his Government. He claims that America now possesses nuclear weapons with technology that Russia and China even haven’t heard of. He also states that the unemployment of African Americans was going down before the period of the Global pandemic.

 

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