Despite the lack of concrete progress, President Donald Trump has pressed aides in recent weeks to organize a second summit with Kim Jong Un, a US official and source familiar with the deliberations said. CNAS's Senior Director for the Asia-Pacific Security Program Patrick Cronin speaks to CNN's Brian Todd on the implications of a second summit and the future of the Korean Peninsula.
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