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Trump, South Korea's Moon to Show United Front Despite Trade Differences

Jun 29 , 2017

President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in may present a unified front over North Korea at the White House on Thursday and Friday, but tension over trade could puncture their effort to strengthen the U.S.-South Korea relationship.

Moon, making his first trip to the United States since becoming his country's leader, will join Trump and his wife, Melania, for dinner in the White House State Dining Room Thursday night ahead of meetings on Friday that are expected to touch on North Korea's nuclear program, China's role in the region and the U.S. military's THAAD missile defense system.

Both men have an interest in building a strong relationship. 

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