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US-North Korea Relations / Summit / Graham Interview #1126000

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 12, 2018
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(Singapore: Anderson Cooper) The interpretations of the agreement at the summit between President Trump & North Korean leader Kim Jong Un introduced; details given about what was said by North Korea state news. [In ABC interview, TRUMP - says Kim will start denuking now.] [TRUMP - says stopping the war games will save us money & it is provocative.] [Many times in the last 24 hours, TRUMP - speaks about Kim.]

(Singapore: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Senator Lindsey Graham about the president. [GRAHAM - says Trump was in a good mood after the Kim meeting & believes he will give up nuclear weapons, but we can't believe Kim, that Trump & I talk a lot about North Korea; comments on the military option as a last resort that would destroy the regime; offers views on ending joint military exercises, giving Trump a chance to get a deal from Kim, how the money we spend on South Korea is money well spent to protect the region, that Kim loves himself, not his country, so he wants security; refers to Otto Wambier, who was murdered.]

Cooper, Anderson

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