(Washington, DC) — The Trump administration is planning to give North Korea a timeline to enact agreements made during the summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un. A White House official says the timeline will help the administration gauge how committed the North Korean are. During the summit in Singapore earlier this month, President Trump and Kim agreed to work toward getting rid of nuclear weapons from North Korea. The meeting was the first between a sitting U.S. president and a North Korean leader.
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