President Donald Trump's aides were working Wednesday to determine whether overnight warnings from North Korea might scuttle a highly anticipated summit with Kim Jong Un, even as some in the administration conceded the threats were an expected bump in any dealing with the unpredictable hermit regime. read whole article

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