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How long does any one here  thinks that it will take Trump to take out North Koreans from the Muslim Ban?   by next week? next month?

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   2 people are in a room and they decide to play liars poker.     Only one knows how to play the game and Donald looks more and more like an idiot.    Why am I not surprised.   

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@Panjandrum 

 

Most Likely, as everyone was saying before he went.

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@gruffstuff

 

Now should we be surprised about this? Will The Donald be surprised? We shall see.

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gruffstuff: 

 

Monitoring group says work shows why a denuclearisation deal rather than a ‘statement of lofty goals’ is needed

 

 

What? Upgrades? Good Lord, is it true then that Trump is a bumbling fool taken to the cleaners by Lil' Kim?

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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/jun/27/north-korea-nuclear-reactor-upgrades-summit-pledges

 

North Korea making 'rapid' upgrades to nuclear reactor despite summit pledges

 

Monitoring group says work shows why a denuclearisation deal rather than a ‘statement of lofty goals’ is needed

 

North Korea has continued to upgrade its only known nuclear reactor used to fuel its weapons program, satellite imagery has shown, despite ongoing negotiations with the US and a pledge to denuclearise.

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