If President Trump’s planned meeting with Kim Jong Un happens, those planning security for the event can’t deny the dictator’s past, which include allegations that he ordered his brother’s death at a public airport when a pair of women splashed his face with precursors of the VX nerve agent.
Trump’s summit with the young dictator is tentatively planned for sometime before May and has many unresolved details, including the location and date.
Experts know that a diplomatic meeting between Trump and Kim would be tightly controlled, with negotiations between U.S. and North Korea determining the number of security personnel joining each leader, as well as any accompanying weaponry.
But there are significant unknowns, including whether Kim would be physically searched, and whether the choice of venue would make it difficult to protect against the most extreme scenarios involving physical risk to Trump.
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