Trump says he will end joint military exercises with South Korea
At the North Korea summit, President Trump made a surprising concession, agreeing to suspend joint military drills with South Korea, whose officials were caught off-guard, along with the Pentagon. NBC chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel reports for TODAY from Seoul.
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