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North Korean leader Kim's sister seeks July 4 DVDs, rules out talks with Trump

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North Korean leader Kim's sister seeks July 4 DVDs, rules out talks with TrumpThe sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un dismissed the idea of a meeting with President Donald Trump this year, but did so with a warm tone that included an unusual mention of DVDs showing celebrations of the U.S. July 4th holiday. Kim Yo Jong conveyed the best wishes of her brother to Trump but said the time wasn’t right to meet, the official Korean Central News Agency reported Friday. Her comments came as Trump’s point man for relations with Pyongyang, Stephen Biegun, was on the last day of his trip this week to South Korea and Japan, trying to revive sputtering nuclear negotiations that have made little progress since Kim Jong Un and...
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