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U.S. to help North Korea economy if it gives up nuclear weapons, Pompeo says

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Pompeo, in his brief exchange with reporters, was pressed to describe Kim. The thirtysomething leader is a mysterious figure who has had little contact with the outside world since taking office — until recent weeks, when he has gone on a diplomatic offensive, meeting with Chinese and South Korean officials. Pompeo has met him twice; the first trip to Pyongyang, North Korea’s capital, was in early April when Pompeo was still director of the CIA, awaiting Senate confirmation as secretary of State.


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