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US-North Korea Relations / Summit #1125988

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 11, 2018
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(Singapore: David Muir) Breaking news on the coming historic summit between President Trump & North Korean leader Kim Jong Un introduced; photos of both men shown.

(Singapore: Jonathan Karl) This historic showdown previewed; scenes shown of Trump speaking to the embassy staff, Kim out on the town in Singapore; details given about the trading of insults between the two men earlier this year, Kim's weaponry, the coming diplomacy. [TRUMP - says he will know in the first minute....] [Secretary of State Mike POMPEO - says only two people {Trump & Kim} can make the decisions.] The two meetings between the two leaders with interpreters discussed.

(Singapore: David Muir) Kim background as mysterious dictator of North Korea reviewed; historic footage of his grandfather & father, his DMZ meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in shown; details given about his missile testing, his execution of his uncle & half-brother & senior officials, the imprisonment of American Otto Wambier, the propaganda.

(Singapore: David Muir) Kim's sister Kim Yo Jong†† & the state newspaper report on the meeting shown.

(Seoul, South Korea: Bob Woodruff) The unexpected release of news in North Korea about Kim's historic summit examined. [South KOREAN  - doubts leader either can be trusted.]

Reporter(s):
Muir, David;
Karl, Jonathan;
Woodruff, Bob
Duration:
00:10:20

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