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WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE – BUT TRUMP WOULD NOT RECOGNISE THE TRUTH IF IT JUMPED UP AND HIT HIM – BUT IF HE TELLS WHAT HE KNOWS IT WONT BE A SECRET WILL IT ?

Donald Trump responds to Kim Jong-un death rumours – and says he knows the TRUTH

DONALD TRUMP has declared he knows the truth about North Korean leader Kim Jong-un but can not disclose what he knows to the public.

PUBLISHED: 02:04, Tue, Apr 28, 2020 | UPDATED: 03:05, Tue, Apr 28, 2020

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At the White House yesterday, the US President hinted he may still be alive after he told a press conference that he wishes Kim Jong-un well, following days of speculation about the leader’s health. Some reports have suggested that Kim had died after undergoing heart surgery earlier this month, however, this has also been counteracted with denial from Kim’s aides and South Korean press.

 
 

Trump responded to a reporter’s question about Kim’s well being by dismissing the notion that he is dead.

“I can’t tell you exactly. Yes, I do have a very good idea,” he said.

 
 

“But I can’t talk about it, I just wish him well. I’ve had a very good relationship with Kim Jong-un.”

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President Donald Trump told a press conference that Kim Jong-un is alive. (Image: GETTY)

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Trump responded to a reporter’s question about Kim’s well being by dismissing the notion that he is dead. (Image: GETTY)

He also refused to answer if Kim had replied to a letter sent to the North Korean leader back in March.

Trump hit back: “If I wasn’t president, you would have been in war with Korea,

“You would have been in war with North Korea if I wasn’t president.

“That I can tell you. He expected that. That I can tell you.

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The president then proceeded to defend his policy engagement with North Korea. (Image: GETTY)

It comes as South Korea foreign policy adviser Chung in Moon said that Kim was “alive and well” and his government’s position is that the leader is not dead.

The advisor told Fox: “No suspicious movements have so far been detected.”

Trump responded to the comments made by Chung-in by saying “He didn’t say anything last Saturday,” Trump said of Kim.

“Nobody knows where he is so he obviously couldn’t have said it,” Trump added.

Trump seemed to be referring to Kim’s message to workers in the country published in North Korean state-media Sunday but it was not immediately clear.

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Trump hit back: “If I wasn’t president, you would have been in war with Korea,” (Image: GETTY)

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It comes as South Korea foreign policy adviser Chung-in Moon said that Kim was “alive and well” (Image: GETTY)

Rumours swirled about Kim’s death over the weekend after a TV director commented on the subject.

Hong Kong TV director Shijian Xingzou who has 15 million followers on Chinese social media Weibo released a report on the death which spread the theory Kim had died.

A Japanese media outlet also claimed that Kim was in a “vegetative state” after his surgery.

For now, it seems that reports are conflicting, as Chung-in Moon’s claims appeared to put rumours to bed.

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For now it seems that reports are conflicting about the leaders health. (Image: GETTY)

Backing up the denial of the leader’s death is a North Korean journalist, who wrote a social media post that he had zero trust in the reports.

He wrote: “The health of the Kim family is the secret among secrets.”

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