President Trump, Kim Jong, South Korea discussed on Chad Benson

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Daria Albinger, the Alday. Confirmation hearings for supreme court Justice nominee. Brett Cavanaugh is in the books near the end democrat, California, Senator Kamala, Harris focused on abortion, suggesting a double standard, and you think of any laws that give government the power to make decisions about the male body. Trump happy that answer more specific question earlier when pressed on Roe versus Wade being overturned cavenaugh would only say there's forty five years of precedent. The hearing resumes tomorrow, President Trump calls the New York Times op-ed writer gutless suggests treason and wants to know who the author is somebody in what I call the failing New York Times that's talking about. He's part of the resistance within the Trump administration. This is what we have to deal with. But democratic Senator Chris coons of Delaware says the op-ed strengthens the case for bipartisanship senatorial should give all of us. Real pause. It is something that every American should read should reflect on and that should communicate with their representatives in congress. What path forward you think we should take on behalf of the American people. In a statement. The time says it's proud to have published. The peace North Korean media says leader Kim Jong is committed to a nuclear-free Korean peninsula. South Korea confirms a new round of talks. There are plans for president moon Jae in South Korea and Kim Jong to meet again, it'd be their third meeting in mid September. Or so and what we're seeing is actually starting to worry State Department officials here these growing relations and warmer ties between the two Koreas ABC's, Connor Finnegan. A South Korean presidential official says a trilateral summit between Washington Seoul and Pyongyang at the UN general assembly later this month is unlikely to happen. Officials in Japan say two people are dead. A magnitude six point seven earthquake. You're listening to ABC.

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