If the Trump administration can somehow figure out how to not get in its own way as we try to look for ways to stabilize the [Korean] peninsula and eventually work towards denuclearizing then I’ll be the first one cheering for it. I want it to get done. It’s not partisan to me, it’s what has to be done. And you’ve got to get back to a place where we’re supporting whoever’s in office as they try to reduce these nuclear threats.
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