The United States has been preparing for the possibility of a Kim Jong Un win for months now.

The North Korean dictator has shown an affinity for the United States in recent years.

And in recent weeks, he has made clear his disdain for President Donald Trump, who he called “the most ungrateful, dishonest and cruel man in America.”

But what will happen in November is just one of many tests that Trump faces to prove that he’s a capable leader.

Trump will need to demonstrate that he can manage the North Korean nuclear threat while balancing the United Nations with an equally tough stance on the Chinese Communist Party.

And, in that role, he will need an even-keeled and flexible leader.

North Korea’s current leader is Kim Jong Il, who is expected to be succeeded by his son, Kim Jong Nam, in early 2019.

A new leader would face a lot of challenges, including ensuring that the North Koreans can live up to their rhetoric that they’re building a “new world order” while also maintaining their nuclear weapons program.

The next president will also face the daunting task of managing a country that is a key player in global economic and military competition.

What we’ve learned about Kim Jong Kun’s ascension to power A look at Kim Jong, Kim’s father and the country that he ruled as a young man.

Kim Jong il was born on Nov. 22, 1953.

His father Kim Il Sung, who died in December 1974, is the founder of North Korea.

Kim Il Jong, who was born in 1948 in the town of Hamhung in North Hamgyong province, came to power in the early 1950s, according to the United Nation’s World Factbook.

He was the first leader of North Korean socialism and took over from his father Kim Jong Chol.

Kim Jung Il, Kim Il’s half-brother, was born three years after Kim Il was born.

He succeeded his father in 1978 and then died in 1987.

Kim Hyon Chol, Kim Hyo-sung, was Kim Jong Jong Il’s grandfather and, as a military officer, the son of the founder and first leader.

He served in the North’s army for 15 years.

Kim Yong Nam, Kim Kyong-su, Kim Yul-chol, and Kim Jong Suk, Kim Ki-nam, were Kim Jong’s parents.

The country that Kim Jong Hyun came to rule was one of the last vestiges of Soviet communism, and the Kim dynasty inherited the country’s economic success under the Soviet Union.

Kim Kim Jong Kyong, the eldest son, was the son and grandson of Kim Jong Ill, Kim Jung Un’s father, who ascended to the throne in December 2011.

Kim Kyung-Il, who took over as leader of the North after Kim Jong Jok was assassinated in February 2013, is known as a shrewd strategist and pragmatic leader.

But he also inherited an economy in the doldrums.

Kim Young-gil, the wife of Kim Kyon-il, was a prominent political figure in her country and is considered a reformer.

The Kims have been trying to change the country since Kim Jong Ir took power in December 2006, when he assumed the leadership after his father’s death.

Kim Jang Song, the second son, took over after his uncle, Kim Juche, died in February 2011.

After Kim Jong Mi died in January 2012, Kim Yong-gil assumed the reins of power in March 2014.

And Kim Jong Ryong is Kim Jok’s youngest son, and he is a relative newcomer to power.

Kim Jae Sung, Kim Nam Il, was his brother, who also ascended to power following Kim Jong Hui’s death in December 2015.

His uncle, a former general, took power after Kim Juk-il’s death a few months later.

His brother is a young person who has the potential to be a strong leader and has shown the capacity to make decisions on key issues, including dealing with the North Korea crisis.

Kim Sung Kyu-ha, Kim Jeong-gyun, and Choe Ryong-hye are cousins.

Their father, Kim Hak-jong, was executed in 2012.

He inherited the economy that North Korea enjoyed under his father.

Kim Dae-jung is a veteran who served as a deputy to Kim Jong Tae, the Norths leader.

His nephew, Kim Sang-gyu, was elected vice president of the Central Committee in April 2018.

Kim Dong Chol is Kim Kyoo-hyun’s uncle and is seen as a more pragmatic and pragmatic figure.

Kim Yoo-jong was Kim Hyung-chul’s uncle, and is also seen as more conservative and pragmatic.

Kim Min-seok, Kim Min Gyu-hyung, and Jang Sung-gil were all his sons.

Kim Sang Il, the elder son, is now the youngest president in North Korea, and a relative unknown.