jueves, 28 de febrero de 2019

President Trump Praises ‘Special Relationship’ with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un at Start of Hanoi Summit

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President Trump Praises ‘Special Relationship’ with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un at Start of Hanoi Summit

“President Trump praised his ‘special relationship’ with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and said ‘a lot of things will be solved’ during the two leaders' second summit in Vietnam as they prepare for a full day of formal talks,” Fox News reports.

“Trump and Kim kicked off their second summit on Wednesday by exchanging handshakes and laughs at the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi. They briefly spoke to reporters, where Trump said the biggest progress since the historic Singapore summit was the two countries' relationship.”

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