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Bolton: US Never Paid N. Korea $2M Payment For Warmbier

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Bolton: US Never Paid N. Korea $2M Payment For Warmbier

Bolton: US Never Paid N. Korea $2M Payment For Warmbier

White House National Security Adviser John Bolton said on Sunday that the United States signed a document agreeing to pay North Korea $2 million for the care of Otto Warmbier but didn't actually follow through with payment.

Bolton confirmed that a Trump administration official signed a document agreeing to pay $2 million towards the medical care and release of Warmbier, who fell into a coma while in North Korean custody.

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