Trump Says He Opposes Using CIA Informants Against Kim Jong Un

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President Trump says he doesn’t approve of U.S. intelligence agencies using family members of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as assets. This after a Wall Street Journal report that said Kim’s half brother traveled to Malaysia to meet his CIA contact before he was killed there in 2017. Here & Now‘s Lisa Mullins speaks with David Maxwell (@DavidMaxwell161), senior fellow at the Foundation Defense of Democracies and former Army Special Forces colonel.

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