Trump says he ‘most likely’ will meet Kim Jong Un again: A.M. News Links

August 21, 2018

Trump says he ‘most likely’ will meet Kim Jong Un again: A.M. News Links

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Exclusive: Trump says ‘most likely’ to meet North Korea’s Kim again (Reuters)

Mueller inquiry: Trump fears ‘perjury trap’ in Russia inquiry (BBC)

Melania Trump says social media can be ‘harmful’ as Trump sends derisive tweets (Associated Press)

Speechwriter who attended conference with white nationalists in 2016 leaves White House (CNN)

Pope Francis stops short of offering concrete steps to remove abusive priests (CBS News)

National news

The Russians tried to hack the Senate and conservative think tanks, Microsoft says (CNN)

Manafort jury finishes third day with no verdict (The Hill)

Brett Kavanaugh pressed for graphic questioning of Bill Clinton over sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky (CBS News)

Dallas priest goes missing after ‘credible’ sexual-abuse allegations, bishop says (USA Today)

Chicago police chief calls 58 shootings in 3 days ‘tragic, senseless and cowardly’ (CNN)

Michigan health director will face trial on Flint water manslaughter charges (mlive.com)

Colorado man accused of murdering family was having affair, claims wife strangled kids, arrest affidavit says (Fox News)

Protesters topple Confederate statue ‘Silent Sam’ at University of North Carolina (Associated Press)

Two men wanted for questioning in Nashville murders in custody (Fox News)

World news

Trump vows ‘no concessions’ to Turkey over U.S. pastor (BBC)

Senior U.S. official expresses ‘confidence’ that Yemeni bombmaker is dead (CNN)

Rockets fired at Afghan presidential palace during Eid speech (The Guardian)

Trump economic adviser: Trade deal with Mexico is ‘even closer,’ getting Canada on board is next (CNBC)

Neighboring South American countries stiffen borders as chaos in Venezuela triggers exodus (CNN)

Woman rescued after falling from cruise ship and spending 10 hours in sea (Associated Press)

Besieged Australian prime minister hangs on but challenges grow (Reuters)

Talks with India the way forward, says Pakistan’s new foreign minister (Reuters)

Flash floods in Italian gorge leave at least 10 hikers dead (The Guardian)

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