May 10, 2018

Trump's Personal Approach To Policy On Display Ahead Of N. Korea Summit

By Patrick M. Cronin

President Trump says he will greet three Americans released from North Korea when they land in the U.S. early on Thursday.

Trump tweeted out the news exactly a week after he first hinted on Twitter about the possible release of the detainees, urging the public to "stay tuned."

Like much of Trump's foreign policy, the messaging around the released Americans has mostly come from Trump himself.

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