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US-North Korea Relations / Trump-Kim Meeting / Democratic Response #1138868

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 30, 2019
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(Studio: Vladimir Duthiers) Report introduced.

(Seoul, South Korea: Weijia Jiang) The meeting of President Trump & North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the Korean DMZ featured; scenes shown of their handshake & Trump in North Korea; details given about their past summit meetings that ended without a deal for North Korea to dismantle its weapons & ongoing sanctions. [TRUMP - talks about this honor: an historic moment; states sanctions remain until further negotiations.] Trump tweet prior to the meeting quoted.

(Studio: Vladimir Duthiers) The Democrats reaction to Trump's moves introduced. [Presidential candidates Julain CASTRO; on CNN Representative Tim RYAN, Senator Amy KLOBUCHAR; on ABC, Senator Bernie SANDERS; on CBS, Beto O'ROURKE - question the meeting.]

(Studio: Vladimir Duthiers; Washington: Margaret Brennan) The questions about whether this meeting will lead to North Korea giving up its nuclear program or talking about denuclearization & how spontaneous was the meeting discussed.

Duthiers, Vladimir;
Jiang, Weijia;
Brennan, Margaret

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