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N Korea hiding at least 13 missile bases, U.S. researchers say

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Great 'deal' there, Cadet Bonespurs.

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So where's that CVID Mr Trump?

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Hey let’s hurry up and resolve this nuclear disarmament process so the Orange one can get his long overdue Nobel prize and can sit back eat chocolate cake and drink Soda while sitting in a golf cart enjoying HIS military parade along with the BIGGEST crowd ever cheering for him!

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Kim played Trump like LeBron plays basketball.

How will Trump supporters try to spin this? Disparage the intelligence agencies? Claim this is more liberal MSM propaganda? Label the CSIS a liberal think tank funded by Soros and out to get Trump?

Oh, the possible conspiracy theories are endless. This is exciting.

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@chipstar

To most trumpettes their dear leader is fearless and infallible!

they will most likely say that trump already anticipated this development months before the FATMAN SUMMIT and that he has been working closely with the North Korean government to reach a deal that will make everyone happy and that trump is the only person who can actually accomplish that because he is the greatest president ever in the history of presidents!!

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Not surprising.

Kim has seen how the deal with Iran was dishonored - he's protecting his country as he sees fit.

Not that I approve of nuclear weapons. Both of these rogue nations should disarm.

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all that needs to be said.

Cha had been in line for appointment as U.S. ambassador, but was dropped because of disagreement with the Trump administration's approach.

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"Just landed. A long trip, but everybody can now feel much safer than the day I took office. There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea."

                     -- Donald J. Trump,

                       6/13/2018.

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"Just landed. A long trip, but everybody can now feel much safer than the day I took office. There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea."

Well, seems like that if the North Koreans and Kim went to keep his country in isolation any more hard-hitting sanctions that’s going to for the crippled the nation, then go ahead, the ball is in his court. They won something that we have in that’s money.

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And how many nuclear misale bases does the US have?

It’s more than NK isn’t it.....

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Can anyone decipher this?

Trumpists speak with forked tongues, so nope.

Whatever it means doesn't change the fact that this was never going to go the way Trump thought it would. And really, with all the threats leading up to the summit, all the fiery rhetoric and the petulance, lies and downright swampiness of the Trump administration... who can blame the DPRK for keeping their options open?

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“The Art of the Deal”

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all that needs to be said.

Sure. It's easier to run to a conspiracy theory than to accept Kim played Trump like a fiddle.

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report from washington.......oh world is so want to believe americans on truth and so called "INVESTIGATION".NOT

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I hate to tell you ' I told you so', but

I told you so.

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Trump has been ineffective on North Korea.

Next?

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So what?  Not like Kim is about to launh unilateral missile strikes on anyone anyway.  This whole issue has always been blown out of all proportion.  Yes DT is ridiculous in his assertions of how he has changed the world. but on this topic NK having some missile sites is a meh issue.

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So what? Not like Kim is about to launh unilateral missile strikes on anyone anyway. This whole issue has always been blown out of all proportion. Yes DT is ridiculous in his assertions of how he has changed the world. but on this topic NK having some missile sites is a meh issue.

I could be wrong but the fact that they have missles who mean they never planned to disarm like some people believed and they have launched missles before so what would really stop them from doing so again ??

oh let me quess, the trumpeter?

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In light of this, I say get back on schedule with the SK and US war games. How much Trump thought he could just get this completed with a visit and an obvious paper signing of nothingness is beyond sanity.

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The US has around 4000 missles operational at present, Russia the same)

Why is North Korea even a news feature??????

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North Korea is defending herself! K.J. has done nothing wrong!

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Trump is crap at 4D chess. He’s getting schlonged.

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North Korea is defending herself! K.J. has done nothing wrong!

Countries that are "defending" themselves don't threaten others with "Seas of fire" etc. The reason why other countries don't think countries like NK, Iran, etc should have access to Nukes is the rhetoric they spew that they want to use them to "destroy" their perceived enemies. I know the government of China likes to keep it's own people blind with their propaganda, but the rest of the world doesn't trust NK with nukes.

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Can't believe Trump ever said he trusts Kim

History should've taught him

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"Great 'deal' there, Cadet Bonespurs."

Where was Obama's deal? Or Bush's? Or Billy Boy's? Oh, Billy Boy was the one who gave him nuclear reactors...

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bass4funk: "Well, seems like that if the North Koreans and Kim went to keep his country in isolation any more hard-hitting sanctions that’s going to for the crippled the nation, then go ahead, the ball is in his court. They won something that we have in that’s money."

Trump said, and you 100% supported him, that the issue was resolved and NK was no longer a threat. So, was he lying, or just plain stupid?

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