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North Korea's Kim Received Letter From Trump - Reports

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News video: Kim Jong Un says he 'believes in' Trump

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un sings high praise of U.S. President Donald Trump, expressing satisfaction over the results of talks between officials from both countries, as a second summit between the two leaders looms closer. Grace Lee reports.

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