Donald Trump wishes Kim Jong-un well and announces immigration halt will last 60 days

PRESIDENT Donald Trump offered his support to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Tuesday, following reports of the leader’s dire health.

Kim Jong-un recently missed the celebration of his grandfather’s birthday on April 15, leading to speculations about his health and future as leader.

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Trump has also said he will be temporarily suspending immigration into the United States.

The president said the measure will be in effect for 60 days and was to “to protect American workers”.

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