President Trump is defending Kim Jong Un's human rights record and praising the North Korean dictator's negotiating skills. The grueling tasks of hammering out details of the denuclearization negotiations with North Korea and the lack of specifics have drawn fierce criticism, while the White House says the two sides have already settled on some terms that are not yet in writing. Weijia Jiang reports.


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