U.S. Spies Had Clear Shot At Killing Kim Jong Un On July 4 — Here’s Why It Didn’t Strike

When North Korea launched its first intercontinental ballistic missile in the early-morning hours of July 4, US military and intelligence personnel watched for a full 70 minutes, a source told The Diplomat‘s Ankit Panda.

During that time, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un smoked cigarettes and strolled around the launchpad under the US’s gaze.

They should have televised it.