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February 27, 2019
Amid Michael Cohen claims, Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un work on North Korea nuke deal
Source: USA Today
Journalist David Jackson
President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un opened the second day of their summit here Thursday by tamping down the prospects of a major nuclear weapons deal, even as Trump grapples with criminal accusations against him back in the United States.
While predicting success "ultimately," Trump told reporters that "doesn't mean we're doing it in one day, in one meeting." Trump said he and Kim are "having very good discussions" and "we'll see where it all goes."
Kim taking the unprecedented step of answering a western reporter's question, said "it's too early to say" whether there will be a deal, but "I would not say I’m pessimistic.”
Kim, through an interpreter, told Trump, "I will do all my best to bring a good result ultimately today."
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