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Never mind the North Korea summit. What happened to the commemorative coin?

Never mind the North Korea summit. What happened to the commemorative coin?


The summit between the US and North Korea is off, sparking some questions about what happens to the commemorative coins featuring Donald J. Trump and Kim Jong Un in front of patriotic backdrops, surrounded by olive branches.

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