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Trump to not hold meeting with Kim, White House clarifies

Press Secretary Sarah Sanders told a regularly scheduled briefing that there is not a second meeting that is currently locked in or finalized.


Reuters 02 Aug 2018, 06:07 PM Korea Rep., United States

The White House on Thursday said there were no future meetings planned with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un but that President Donald Trump was open to another sit-down.

Earlier on Thursday Trump tweeted his gratitude to Kim for sending home remains of soldiers from the 1950-1953 Korean War, saying "I am not at all surprised that you took this kind action. Also, thank you for your nice letter - I look forward to seeing you soon!"

Press Secretary Sarah Sanders told a regularly scheduled briefing that "there is not a second meeting that is currently locked in or finalized," Trump is "certainly open to that discussion. She added that Trump would shortly send respond to Kim's letter, which he received on Wednesday. 

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