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Will President Trump meet Kim Jong-un for a second time before April 2019?

On 18 January 2019, the White House announced that United States President Donald Trump would meet again with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un near the end of February.

This question asks: Will Trump meet Kim before 01 April 2019?

For a positive resolution, the two men must be physically present (i.e. not a meeting by teleconference) in the same room or location and visible to one another.

If this does not happen before 01 April 2019 for any reason (including delay, cancellation of the meeting or the death or incapacity of one or both of the participatns) the question shall resolve negatively.

If the meeting is brought forward, this question shall close retroactively one day before the meeting is scheduled to be held.


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