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Aug 21, 2018
8:30AM

US Prez Trump says 'most likely' to meet North Korean leader Kim again

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US President Donald Trump has said that he will most likely meet again with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. 

In an interview with Reuters in Washington, Trump, who held a landmark summit with Kim on June 12, said he believes North Korea has taken specific steps toward denuclearization, despite widespread doubts about Kim's willingness to abandon his arsenal.

While insisting that a lot of good things are happening with North Korea, Trump complained that China is not helping as much as it had in the past because of its trade dispute with the United States. 

In the interview, Trump credited his "great chemistry" with Kim for easing a nuclear standoff that last year raised fears of a new Korean war.
 

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