US officials arrive in North Korea to lay groundwork for uncertain Trump-Kim summit

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(Worthy News) - A group of U.S. government officials arrived in North Korea on Sunday for talks about preparations for a canceled but still possible meeting between President Trump and the rogue regime's leader, Kim Jong Un, in two weeks, according to a report.

Sung Kim, a former U.S. Ambassador to South Korea and previously a nuclear negotiator with North Korea, was sent in along with the National Security Council's Korean specialist Allison Hooker.

An unnamed Defense Department official was also in attendance, the Washington Post reports. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More...) ]

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