US Senator Lindsey Graham has weighed in on reports Kim Jong Un has died, saying he would be ‘shocked’ if the North Korean despot was not ‘dead or incapacitated’, as the dictator’s 31-year-old sister emerges as his most likely successor. Graham said in such a tightly controlled state as North Korea rumors about the leader’s death would not be allowed to go ‘unanswered’. The South Carolina representative has made regular comments on North Korea to US state media and, last year, was reported as a powerful foreign policy adviser to the Trump administration. Kim has not been seen publicly since April 11, when he led a meeting of the ruling Workers’ Party committee of policy makers according to North Korean state media. Though North Korea has never announced who would succeed Kim Jong Un in the event of his death, analysts believe his sister, Kim Yo-Jong, would likely form a regency with a number of loyalists until one of Kim’s young children is old enough to over take the reigns. A top Hong Kong television director has claimed a ’very solid source’ has told her that Kim Jong Un is dead. He was last seen in public on April 11 at… Read full this story
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