The North Korea nuclear summit is back on. President Trump announced the decision after an historic and lengthy Oval Office meeting Friday with Kim Yong Chol, the top deputy to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. 'We'll be meeting on June 12th in Singapore,' Trump told reporters at the White House. But he also said that it would be hard to reach a deal from a single summit in less than two weeks. 'I don't see that happening,' he said. '...It will be a beginning. I’ve never said it happens in one meeting.'
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