An article by David S. Cohen published by The Washington Post following President Trump's March 22 tweet that he ordered the "withdrawal" of North Korea sanctions.
Excerpt: On March 22, President Trump tweeted that he ordered the "withdrawal" of North Korea sanctions. It is still unclear whether he pulled back an upcoming package of North Korea sanctions or ones that had been announced just the day before. And although the president didn't explain his reasoning, Sarah Sanders offered that he canceled the sanctions because "President Trump likes Chairman Kim, and . . . doesn't think these sanctions will be necessary."
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