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Kim Jong Un, dead or alive? Trump indicates he’s fine.

Japanese magazine Shukan Gendai, and a vice director of HKSTV Hong Kong Satellite Television, a Beijing-backed broadcast network located in Hong Kong, both claimed that Kim Jong Un was dead.

Trump on Friday April 24th rejected reports that Kim Jong-un is seriously ill, criticizing his fCNN for running the a “fake” story.


It won’t take long for the truth to come out, but in the meantime social media enthusiasts are having fun with the idea that either he is dead or he’s playing dead.

Kevin Leehttps://givingforward.org
Kevin Lee is Co-Founder & Executive Chairman of Didit a leading digital-first marketing firm started in 1996, and CEO of the eMarketing Association. He is also the founder and President of GivingForward.org a cause marketing nonprofit. Kevin transformed Didit from an SEO/SEM boutique agency into a full-service digital-first marketing firm through 11 acquisitions. Kevin invents marketing technology solutions across search, social and programmatic, He also launched stand-alone platforms including We-Care ($8+ million for nonprofits via cause-marketing) & PowerProfiles; written 4 books, engaged in 500+speaking engagements, and published 700+ articles. Kevin received his MBA from Yale and lives in Scarsdale with his family.


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