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UNITED NATIONS — A year after he derided North Korea’s dictator as “Rocket Man,” President Donald Trump expressed lavish praise for Kim Jong Un on Monday as the president prepared to use his second United Nations address to denounce what an aide called Iran’s “global torrent of destructive activity.”

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U.S. Marine Corps photo / Cpl. Anthony Morales.

On the question of whether the U.S. military will hold large-scale exercises in South Korea next year, the answer is a definitive “maybe.”

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U.S. Army photo / Pfc. Keonhee Lee.

U.S. troops may resume holding large-scale military exercises in South Korea, Defense Secretary James Mattis told reporters on Tuesday.

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U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is bringing along a letter from President Donald Trump and a compact disc with Elton John's hit song "Rocket Man" to give to Kim Jong Un, according to a report in South Korea's Chosun Ilbo.

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As President Donald Trump touted a new era of diplomacy with the North Korean regime, a classified intelligence assessment appeared to tell a different story, according to several U.S. intelligence officials.

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