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Mattis goes silent on North Korea
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on March 11 would not discuss issues related to North Korea, deferring to diplomats and the White House, ahead of a proposed meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un.
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