Trump hopeful of deal with Kim Jong; dismisses reports of North Korean diplomats’ execution

President Donald Trump is dismissing reports that a former North Korean negotiator in the nuclear talks with the United States had been executed, reportedly over North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s unsuccessful summit with the president in February. South Korea’s conservative Chosun Ilbo newspaper reported recently that Kim Yong Chol was executed. Trump says that’s inaccurate and that the man was recently seen in public. Nuclear negotiations have been at a standstill since the Hanoi summit collapsed, but Trump says he looks forward to meeting with Kim again. He says he thinks North Korea wants to make a deal to give up its nuclear ambitions in exchange for help with economic development. Read More

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