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    Washington Post: Pyongyang tried to recruit American experts to decode the Trump

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    Post by Rocky Wed 27 Sep 2017, 8:34 am

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    The North Korean authorities secretly tried to talk to Republican analysts in Washington to understand President Donald Trump and his mysterious messages to Kim Jong-un's regime, the newspaper said.
     
    The talks began even before the situation worsened between Pyongyang and Washington after the current president arrived at the White House because the first problem is in Trump, who can not understand it.
     
    North Korea's UN mission called on former CIA analyst Bruce Klinger to visit Pyongyang to discuss the possibility of deciphering Trump and how to deal with him because of the ambiguity surrounding his actions, noting that Pyongyang's representatives had asked Klinger to hold talks between North Korean officials and experts Americans have links to Republicans in a neutral place like Switzerland, but Klinger rejected the request.


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