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Trump meets Kim Jong Un in Vietnam, but his eyes are on Michael Cohen in Washington

HANOI, Vietnam - President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un met Wednesday for the second time in eight months, kicking off a two-day summit that was being closely watched for evidence that North Korea was serious about ending its nuclear program.

But even as the two leaders dined at a colonial-era hotel in Vietnam's capital, Trump's high-wattage diplomacy was being overshadowed by the dramatic events unfolding back in Washington, where his former lawyer Michael Cohen was preparing to testify to Congress that Trump authorized

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