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North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un met with Chinese President Xi Jinping on an "unofficial visit" to Beijing, China's state-run media reported late Tuesday.

The meeting between the leaders comes before a tentatively planned summit with President Trump to discuss North Korea's nuclear program.

Trump has expressed optimism that the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula is possible, tweeting that "there is a good chance that Kim Jong Un will do what is right for his people and for humanity."

On "Outnumbered" on Wednesday, Kennedy said that some Democrats -- such as House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi -- don't want to see Trump succeed in talks with North Korea because they don't want to give him credit.

"I think that Nancy Pelosi despises the president so much that she would much rather see the Chinese take credit for any diplomatic victory here over President Trump. I really, truly believe that," Kennedy said.

She acknowledged that she disagrees with Trump on many things -- including his impulsive behavior and his Twitter use -- but his strategy on North Korea appears to be moving things in a positive direction.

"If there can actually be a peaceful transition out of nuclearization on the Korean Peninsula, that would be such a phenomenal step. And this is when we have to put party aside for the greater good and for peace moving forward," Kennedy said.

Adrienne Elrod, a spokesperson for Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign, agreed that this is not a partisan issue, and she said that she believes most Democrats would agree.

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