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Sanders: U.S. ‘continuing to make progress’ with North Korea
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on July 2 would not “confirm or deny” reports that North Korea was ramping up production of fuel for nuclear weapons, saying the U.S. was “continuing to make progress” following last month’s summit in Singapore.
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