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Brown pleaded guilty in May to possessing methamphetamine and was sentenced to three years on probation.” Speaking further, told reporters Monday White House officials say the plight of the North Korean people who live under one of the world’s most repressive governments is not a priority for the summit In a meeting that lasted more than an hour Friday with one of Kim’s top deputies Kim Yong Chol Trump said he did not raise the issue of human rights Trump did say he "probably" would bring up human rights when he meets with the North Korean leader — "and maybe in great detail" As for other concerns White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders last week wouldn’t say whether Trump would bring up the North’s extensive chemical and biological weapons programs since the priority is the nuclear question Kim Jong Un’s half brother was fatally poisoned with VX nerve agent in a Malaysian airport last year in an attack the US attributes to the North Meanwhile US allies in the region are privately pressing the administration to maintain pressure on the North over its regional missile program out of concern that Trump could boost the security of the US at the expense of its partners Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is meeting Trump at the White House on Thursday to advocate for his country’s interests at the talks Senate Democrats on Monday released a letter to the Trump administration outlining the parameters of what they believe constitutes a satisfactory agreement — including a call for a permanent end to the North’s nuclear chemical and biological programs a suspension of ballistic tests and anytime-anywhere inspections The delicate balancing of US needs and alliances with the promotion of human rights abroad has long bedeviled American leaders And Trump is not the first US leader to concentrate on a nuclear issue at the expense of other matters But Trump has eschewed the path of his predecessors who explicitly declared the promotion of human rights to be in the national interest even if they were forced to make Faustian bargains with unsavory actors The president’s national security strategy released in December said little on the subject And it was left to his vice president Mike Pence to elevate the issue during a February trip to the region Addressing the subject with the North is particularly difficult given that Kim’s government is believed to view the raising of human rights as tantamount to advocating regime change So bringing it up could make it harder to make progress on eliminating North Korea’s weapons program While Trump has made gestures toward human rights issues in North Korea those efforts have largely been designed to increase pressure on the country’s government That was the case when Trump recognized a North Korean defector during his State of the Union address in January and hosted a group of North Korean escapees in the Oval Office Republican Sen Marco Rubio of Florida said that while the summit presents the opportunity for a denuclearized peninsula "I urge the Trump administration to also prioritize human rights and hold accountable the North Korean dictatorship for being one of the world’s worst human rights abusers" Kim is on a Treasury Department blacklist for human rights abuses and is likely to seek removal from the list as a concession The US imposed those sanctions two years ago as part of the Obama administration’s effort to isolate North Korea but it came as the Kim government rapidly developed its nuclear program It was the first time that Kim had been personally sanctioned and the first time that any North Korean officials had been blacklisted in connection with rights abuses Announcing the sanctions the US accused North Korea of cruelty and hardship "including extrajudicial killings forced labor and torture" White House officials have pushed back publicly against the notion that Trump has deprioritized international human rights They point to Trump’s rollback of his predecessor’s opening with Cuba and his comments about the devastation wrought by the Islamic State group and Iranian-backed Hezbollah Within two years both of MacKenzie Jackson’s parents died now the 18-year-old is trying to keep the rest of her family together Jackson from West Fargo North Dakota is fighting to be the legal guardian of her two siblings Meagan 16 and Spencer 14 since her dad Cory passed away on Jan 4 when he was just 42 While Meagan and Spencer are in foster care Mackenzie has temporarily put her dream of going to cosmetology school on hold and is doing everything in her power to get them back “I knew the day my dad died that someone had to step up and that had to be me” MacKenzie tells PEOPLE “I know them the best They’re my responsibility” Growing Up The Jacksons never had it easy Their mom Rebecca started doing methamphetamine when MacKenzie was a young girl “She also had gastric bypass surgery and she got very sick” MacKenzie says “Then my dad had kidney failure They were both not doing well at all” In 2012 Rebecca passed away at 39 years old and life as they knew it changed forever But MacKenzie took on the role as mom and never complained “We had to do what we had to do to keep our family together” she says She tried to stay focused on getting good grades in high school especially in her favorite subject math At the same time she was also in charge of grocery shopping and making sure Meagan and Spencer got to school doctor’s appointments friends’ houses and family events But most importantly she wanted to let them know on a daily basis that the one thing they would never lack in their life is love “Material things are important but what I wanted to show them is that feeling of love from your family and being there for them is most important” she says MacKenzie’s best friend Jennifer Peltier 19 says she knows she will do a great job being their legal guardian “It’s a huge responsibility but if anyone can do it it’s MacKenzie” she says “She has already been taking care of them for so long She is just the most caring person you could meet” After Rebecca passed away MacKenzie was constantly scared that something would happen to her dad too and just two days after he said he had the flu she found him in his bed not breathing “I felt him and he was cold like my mom was when she died” she says “I knew that he was gone” It was in that moment that she says she knew she had to become Spencer and Meagan’s legal guardian “My older family members can become their guardian but I am definitely giving it a shot first” she says Moving Forward A couple months before Cory passed away Spencer and Meagan were put into foster care “The conditions of my house weren’t good for them to be in and my dad was drinking a lot” MacKenzie says “But it was only after my dad died that I knew I was now going to be in charge of getting them back” MacKenzie took action fast and called social services to “get the ball rolling” she says She moved out of her house because the memories of her parents dying in the same bedroom that she had to walk by every day was too difficult “I want Spencer and Meagan to come back to a new house where we can make new memories” she says “I walk into the house now and it’s empty” A GoFundMe page which has raised slightly over $10000 was created to help them with their bills Someone who heard about her story came forward and offered to pay her rent for the first year “I will be financially responsible for them” she says “So every penny counts” MacKenzie’s extended family is ready and willing to offer support as well Her cousin Crystal Wojahn 34 who only lives about 15 minutes away from MacKenzie plans on helping her out “If she wants a night off to have fun she knows I will come pick the kids up” Wojahn says “We are all going to support her She deserves to have her siblings They belong together” MacKenzie knows that although she wants to take on this responsibility she still needs to find time for herself “I’m still young I love spending time with my friends going to the movies and being on the water” she says “Fishing jet skiing the boat” MacKenzie is going to her hearing on Feb 19 where she will find out if she has been approved to be their legal guardian”I am so nervous” she says “But I will get them I will raise them and know that my parents are by my side in spirit encouraging me to do a great job” This article originally appeared on Peoplecom Contact us at [email protected] Under a national state of emergency imposed by Hollande hours after the attack, were on his mind. “The situation around Russian sport today has also played a role because before going to the Olympic Games, rather than tool builders.

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