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US-North Korea Relations / Trump-Kim Meeting #1138880

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 30, 2019
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(Studio: Peter Alexander Report introduced.

(Seoul, South Korea: Richard Engel) The historic meeting of President Trump with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in the Korean DMZ featured; scenes shown of the two men shaking hands with a confused press milling about; details given about their plans to renew nuclear talks. [TRUMP - says he asked to come across the line & that this has been a great friendship.] Trump tweet quoted. The problem of North Korea yet to take steps to get rid of nuclear weapons discussed.

(Studio: Peter Alexander) Report introduced.

(Seoul: Hans Nichols) The major issues with complete denuclearization examined. [Presidential candidate Julian CASTRO@- says it was all for show.] [On CNN, presidential candidate Senator Amy KLOBUCHAR - says you need clear goals.] [Center for Strategic & International Studies Sue Mi TERRY@, NBC analyst Victor CHA@- assess this meeting.] [TRUMP - says sanctions remain.] The response from former President Obama's people that he never pursued a meeting witch Kim as Trump claimed noted.

Reporter(s):
Alexander, Peter;
Engel, Richard;
Nichols, Hans
Duration:
00:05:50

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