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Trump says North Korean leader acting 'very, very badly'
20/03/2017 | LOC10:25
07:25 GMT
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WASHINGTON, March 20 (KUNA) -- After holding meetings regarding North Korea over the weekend, US President Donald Trump told reporters last night that its leader Kim Jong UN was "acting very, very badly." The White House did not indicate with whom or what was discussed in his meetings while at his resort in Mar-A-Lago, Florida over the weekend.
The President also spoke with Chilean President Michelle Bachlet to discuss their bilateral relationship and held separate meetings to discuss China, according to a White House statement. (end) ak.mb
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