Michael Auslin on Trump-Kim Summit: Neither Side Is Going To Choose War Wilfully

Steve Cochran

HANOI, VIETNAM – FEBRUARY 28: In this handout photo provided by Vietnam News Agency, U.S. President Donald Trump (R) and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (L) during their second summit meeting at the Sofitel Legend Metropole hotel on February 28, 2019 in Hanoi, Vietnam. U.S President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un abruptly cut short their two-day summit in Vietnam as talks broke down and both leaders failed to reach an agreement on nuclear disarmament. Trump said in a press conference on Thursday that the United States was unwilling to lift all sanctions and no plans had been made for a third summit. (Photo by Vietnam News Agency/Handout/Getty Images)

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Steve Cochran is joined by Michael Auslin, who writes a column on U.S.-Asian relations for the Wall Street Journal. They discuss President Donald Trump’s recent visit to North Korea and the meetings he had with Kim Jong-un. They talk about the potential fallout, and whether denuclearization is a possibility in the near future.

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