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Trump Says He Won’t Use Kim Jong Un’s Family For Spying

Daily Caller Tuesday, 11 June 2019 ()
President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he would not let his administration use Kim Jong Un’s family members to spy on the North Korean ruler. Speaking to reporters outside the White House, Trump responded to questions about a Wall Street Journal report that Kim’s late half-brother, Kim Jong Nam, was a CIA source. “I saw […]
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It's been one year since the Singapore summit, but Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un still can't seem to cross a certain threshold when it comes to North Korea's nuclear weapons. The two sides now appear as far apart as they were going in. Grace Lee reports.

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