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        North Korea’s Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump Meet Face-to-Face | PBS NewsHour

        Update since the summit:

        Early morning in Washington, the White House released the text of the document signed by President Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un after their summit.

        You may also want to read the PBS NewsHour article: Trump and Kim signed a joint statement. What does it mean?

        President Donald Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un are scheduled to meet on June 12, 2018 in Singapore. Possible topics include North Korea’s nuclear program, officially ending the Korean War that began in 1950, and removing North Korea from state-sponsored lists of terrorists. Kim Jong Un has followed in the dictatorial footsteps of his father and grandfather, and had not met with a single foreign leader before six months ago. In the past year, Kim and Trump have exchanged tweets, each leader stating the strength of their nuclear weapons’ programs.

        See the support materials below for classroom discussion questions.

        June 11, 2018 video and resources from PBS NewsHour.


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