Otto Warmbier: Trump Defends Kim Over U.S. Student’s Death
Do you take Kim Jong-un "at his word"?
by BBC | 2.28.19
U.S. President Donald Trump has defended North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in the case of an American college student who died after being jailed by North Korea.
Speaking in Hanoi after his summit with Mr Kim broke down, Mr Trump said he did not believe the North Korean leader was aware of Otto Warmbier's ordeal.
Mr Trump said: "He tells me he didn't know about it, and I will take him at his word."
Warmbier was jailed in North Korea in December 2015 during an organised tour.
Pyongyang authorities returned the 22-year-old to the US in a coma in July 2017, and he died days later in his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio.
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