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Trump / NBC Poll / Summit Aftermath #1135315

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 03, 2019
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(Studio: Kate Snow) The rising approval rating for President Trump in the new "Wall Street Journal"/NBC News poll cited.

(White House: Geoff Bennett) The administration's defense of the collapse of the Trump summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un featured; details given of the US abandoning its annual joint military exercises with South Korea. [On Fox, national security adviser John BOLTON - calls the summit a success.] [On CBS, Representative Adam SCHIFF - says the president gave up a great deal by going to that summit & getting nothing.] [On Thursday, TRUMP - says Kim says he did not know about Otto Warmbier.] [BOLTON - explains what Trump meant about Kim & Otto.] [At CPAC, TRUMP - explains his position on Warmbier & negotiating with orth Korea,] The Democrats' plans to collect documents on Trump & those connected to him as part of wide-ranging investigations noted.

Snow, Kate;
Bennett, Geoff

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