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Bernie Sanders said he would meet with adversaries, including North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, but that he would do so better prepared than President Donald Trump.
“Meeting with people who are antagonistic is, to me, not a bad thing to do,” the Democratic presidential candidate said in an interview with CBS’s “60 Minutes” that will air in full on Sunday.