After President Trump's shocking cancelation on Thursday of his scheduled June 12 summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the president said Friday that the meeting could potentially still happen as originally planned. "We will see what happens," Trump said Friday. "We're talking to them now." ABC's Jonathan Karl asked Trump if "the North Koreans are playing games with him — skipping planned meetings and then saying they will meet anytime," to which Trump replied, "Jon, everybody plays games." Kim had told Trump that pulling out of the summit wasn't "the world's desire."

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