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North Korea process stalled because there's almost a consensus in the US wanting it to fail'

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The real reason this isn't going forward isn't simply the debate inside the Trump administration… there is almost a consensus between Democrats and Republicans, the Pentagon and the intelligence services and most of the Trump cabinet who actually don't want this to succeed.


With Pompeo, Bolton, and Haley in key spots what could go wrong?

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