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    An historic meeting between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is in the making - hopefully, the two will sort out troubling things and do away with nuclear tensions.

    So They Finally Met

    The sides had a bumpy road leading to the decision to hold talks. While analysts are racking their brains over the meeting, Hillary Clinton has expressed doubt about the diplomatic level of negotiations. And, of course, you can't avoid an army of keyboard warriors rubbing their fingers to the bone while trolling the move.

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    Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Kim Jong-un, Democratic Republic of North Korea (DPRK), United States

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