Kim spent Monday visiting soldiers near the border with South Korea. He posed for photos with military families, enjoyed an art show and inspected wind power generators, according to a post on the website of the state-run Korean Central News Agency.
"The U.S. can do a lot more trying to engage this new young leader," Graham said. "It's almost like we're in denial. They have nuclear weapons, whether we like it or not, and this is a little country, they aren't going to give them up easily."