Kim Yong-chol, bearing the letter, becomes the first top North Korean official to visit the White House in 18 years

A top aide to Kim Jong-un has delivered a letter from the North Korean leader to Donald Trump in the White House ahead of a planned summit between the two men in Singapore later this month.

Kim Yong-chol, a former spy chief and four-star general, became the first top North Korean official to visit the White House in 18 years. He was met outside the West Wing by the White House chief of staff, John Kelly, and the head of the CIA Korea department, Andrew Kim, who ushered the 72-year-old regime veteran into the Oval Office to meet Trump and hand over a personal letter.

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