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US-North Korea Relations / Second Summit #1135184

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 28, 2019
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(Hanoi, Vietnam: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Hanoi: Jonathan Karl) The stunning ending of the talks in Vietnam between President Trump & North Korean leader Kim Jong Un with Trump walking out before a working lunch featured; scenes shown of Kim answering questions at a press conference; details given about North Korea's handling of American college student Otto Warmbier. [TRUMP - says sometimes you have to walk, but we decided not to do nay of the options: they wanted sanctions lifted.] [Speaker of the House Nancy PELOSI - says Kim is a big winner.] [TRUMP - says Kim did no allow Warmbier to die.] [In response to Karl's question, TRUMP - says he tried to watch as much as he could of Michael Cohen's testimony: he lied a lot, but said "no collusion."] Cohen's testimony with the House Intelligence Committee so Trump's Cohen problems are far from over discussed.

Reporter(s):
Muir, David;
Karl, Jonathan
Duration:
00:04:50

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