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My .02 on what just happened to the USA in Hanoi..
It's my personal belief that President Trump was unable to achieve his diplomatic goals with North Korea because the North Koreans were closely watching the Michael Cohen congressional testimony publicly unfolding in Washington, and perceived that the President's political power was dissolving almost on an hourly basis. Plainly the North Koreans don't want to de-nuclearize in the first place, but were willing to at least listen to US negotiators in the hopes of getting sanctions lifted and maybe getting some economic aid in the process; however, with the President now being publicly eviscerated by Cohen and his gleeful Democrat congressional cohorts, it's my belief that the North Koreans quite soberly realized that congress would be unwilling to ratify any treaty signed between themselves and President Trump and simply refused to play ball and tip their hand, politically. One has to wonder why the President's people didn't see all this coming, and prevail upon the President to postpone his meeting with Kim Jung Un until after the dust settles on the Cohen hearings. Your thoughts?
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