Trump nominee to be South Korea ambassador backs 'pause' in military exercises

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's nominee to be ambassador to South Korea on Thursday backed the idea of a "pause" in major military exercises between U.S. and South Korean forces, while talks on North Korea's nuclear program continue.

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