This exclusive clip from "Assassins" places the assassination of Kim Jong-nam in the context of Kim Jong-un's attempts to consolidate his control over North Korea, and make himself a player on the world stage attracting the attention of global political leaders up to and including President Trump.
NARRATOR: So now the assassination of Kim Jong-nam has been really fundamental to phase one of Kim Jong-un's leadership, and to the way that he has been able to stay in power. And once he had taken out all his rivals, he had proven his strength domestically, he was ready for phase two.
DONALD TRUMP: North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States. They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.
NARRATOR: He wanted to get the world's attention. I think now that he has proven he had a credible nuclear weapons program, he is now starting this process of trying to look like a respectable international statesman, and seems very strong and very confident and very much in control of this regime.