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Pompeo dines with Kim aide to save Trump's North Korean summit

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo dined with Kim Jong Un's right-hand man on Wednesday night in an effort to salvage President Donald Trump's summit with North Korea.

Filet mignon was on the menu after Kim Yong Chol jetted into to New York earlier in the day. He is the highest-ranking official to visit the U.S. from Pyongyang since October 2000, when President Bill Clinton was considering normalizing relations with North Korea. Their working dinner at a government residence in a private midtown Manhattan building lasted about 90 minutes.

Pompeo, who hails from Kansas, was later asked what they ate. "American beef," he replied.

Kim Yong Chol is a former intelligence chief and vice chairman of North Korea's ruling Workers' Party.

The four-star general has been sanctioned by the Treasury for North Korea's 2014 cyberattack on Sony Pictures, supposedly prompted by the studio's film "The Interview," which ridiculed the country's ruling Kim clan. South Korea claims that Kim Yong Chol was also responsible for the 2010 sinking of a navy ship, which killed 46 sailors.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The SONY hack turned out to be an internal leak, and the attack on the Cheosan was a false flag.