The United States has no substantiated data on the deterioration of the DPRK leader’s health

Meanwhile, American leader Donald Trump told Kim Jong-un that he wished him luck.

The United States has no substantiated data on the deterioration of the DPRK leader's health

The U.S. administration has no confirmed evidence of deteriorating health conditions for DPRK leader Kim Jong-un. This was stated by US President Donald Trump at a briefing for journalists at the White House on Tuesday.

“We don’t know,” the American leader said when asked to comment on media reports about the alleged sharp deterioration in the health of Kim Jong-Un.

“We have a very good relationship with him. I can only say that I wish him well. If he’s in that state, as they say in the news reports, it’s a very serious state. I wish him all the best”, –  Trump said.

“I have said many times that if someone else were in this position now, we would be at war with North Korea. But we are not at war with North Korea, not even close to anything like that”, –  said the White House head.

“I just have to tell Kim Jong-un that I wish him good luck. There were very, very serious medical reports. Nobody confirmed it. It was on CNN. When CNN reports, I do not believe it too much”, –  added the head of the U.S. administration.

Earlier, CNN, citing an unnamed source in the U.S. administration, reported that the U.S. is studying the intelligence data on the deteriorating health of DPRK State Council Chairman Kim Jong-un. She did not provide any confirmation of this information. The South Korean authorities, in turn, stated that there were no data on Kim Jong-un’s disease. The Chinese Foreign Ministry also doubted CNN’s source of information.

The Western and South Korean media have previously distributed unverified information about the DPRK leadership on numerous occasions with reference to informed sources, but this has not been confirmed.

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