‘Otto Warmbier did not die in vain,’ Trump says after North Korea summit
During his news conference following his meeting with Kim Jong Un, President Trump credited Otto Warmbier, the former American college student who died after being imprisoned in North Korea, with making the historic summit possible. NBC’s Hallie Jackson reports for TODAY, and NBC chief global correspondent Bill Neely comments from Singapore.
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