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On Asia, Trump Blends Isolation and Threats

In February, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was asked how he would deal with the growing nuclear threat posed by North Korea. His answer? Have the country's leader, Kim Jong Un, killed. "I would get China to make that guy disappear in one form or another very quickly," Trump told CBS. Pressed about whether he was implying assassination, Trump doubled down. "Well, you know, I've heard of worse things," he said. Fast forward three months, and...

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