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Trump open to second summit with North Korea’s Kim

By Bloomberg
11 September 2018   |   10:03 am
The White House delivered a whipsaw message to North Korea on Monday, announcing it’s ready to start planning a second meeting with Kim Jong Un just hours after President Donald Trump’s top national security adviser said nuclear talks were stalled.

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