What can we expect from Pompeo's North Korea meeting?
Friday, 6 July 2018 Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in North Korea where he could meet with Kim Jong Un. He landed in Pyongyang for the first time since President Trump met Kim at a summit in Singapore last month. Pompeo said he's looking to "fill in some details" on North Korea's commitment to denuclearize. Michael Morell, CBS News senior national security contributor and former CIA deputy and acting director, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what needs to happen going forward.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met North Korean officials in Pyongyang on Friday. Reuters reports he aims to “fill in” details on how to denuclearize the North. Pompeo said he would try to agree on an initial list of nuclear sites and inventory checks. Pompeo also said he aims to recover the...
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