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Trump abruptly talking negotiations, not threats in Korea


November 8, 2017

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Softening his aggressive rhetoric, at least for the moment, President Donald Trump stood on South Korean soil Tuesday and urged North Korea to come to the negotiating table. It's time, he said, for the North to "make a deal" to rein in its nuclear weapons program.

It was a striking shift in tone for the president, who for months has issued increasingly dire threats to answer any hostile North Korean action with "fire and fury." On Tuesday, his first day on the Korean Peninsula as president, Trump said he'd seen "a lot of progress" in dealing with Pyongyang, thoug...

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