Kim Jong Un ‘sends message’ to Donald Trump after coronavirus diagnosis

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Kim Jong Un is believed to have sent a message to Donald Trump after his coronavirus bombshell.

The news comes just hours after the President was flown to a military hospital after the White House confirmed he was feeling "lethargic".

It was confirmed during the early hours of Friday morning that the President and First Lady, Melania, had contracted coronavirus after coming in close contact with Trump's top aide, Hope Hicks, who also tested positive.

North Korean media reports the state leader to have said: "I have come across unexpected news that you and your commander have been tested positive for the coronavirus."

A translation of his message goes on to say: "I [send] consolation to you and your family.

"I sincerely wish you and your commander a complete recovery as soon as possible."

Kim adds: "You will surely get over it. Warm greetings to you and the commander."

The message was signed off with: "Chairman of the State Affairs Committee of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Kim Jong-un."

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