No foreign leader has ever met with North Korea’s brutal dictator Kim Jong Un. And Kim hasn’t left his country since taking power in 2011. So it was huge news Monday when President Trump said that he’s open to meeting with Kim. “I would be honored to do it,” he said, “under the right circumstances.” Relations are tense between the two countries. Days ago, Trump said a “major, major conflict” with North Korea was possible over the hermit nation’s nuclear and missile programs. But Trump also said he wants to solve things diplomatically, and on Sunday called the third-generation ruler ”a pretty smart cookie.” Kim isn’t the first controversial foreign leader Trump has reached out to. His fondness for Russian President Vladimir Putin is well known, and he recently invited to the White House controversial Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, whose war on drugs has left more than 8,000 dead in just nine months.The launch broadcast went dark a few minutes into the flight — that’s how secretive Monday’s SpaceX mission was. A classified U.S. spy satellite was sent out of this world from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center at 7:15 a.m. ET. Ending the broadcast to preserve secrecy is standard practice during National Reconnaissance Office missions such as this…. Read full this story
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