Trump drops North Korea sanctions because he ‘likes’ Kim
26 March 2019 | 5:22 am
US President Donald Trump halted sizable sanctions against North Korea because he "likes Chairman Kim" and considers the measures unnecessary, the White House said. But it was unclear which sanctions Trump had in mind.
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