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US-North Korea Relations / Summit / Venezuela #1125137

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 27, 2018
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(Studio: DeMarco Morgan) Report introduced.

(White House: Mola Lenghi) The negotiations for that summit meeting between President Trump & North Korean leader Kim Jong Un featured; details given about the meeting in North Korea to revive the canceled summit, from the meeting of Kim & South Korea President Moon Jae-in & further planned meetings. [TRUMP - says people are working on it; we are looking at June 12.] [On "Face the Nation," Senator Marco RUBIO - says Kim will seek sanctions relief.] [On ABC, former CIA dir. Michael HAYDEN - assesses the summit.]

(Studio: DeMarco Morgan; Washington: Margaret Brennan) The question as to how much can be achieved to get the summit happening with Trump wanting June 12 & what Trump gets by bringing Joshua Holt home from a prison in Venezuela after US criticism of President Nicolas Maduro discussed.

Morgan, DeMarco;
Lenghi, Mola;
Brennan, Margaret

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