(Editor's note: Kent Harrington, a former senior CIA analyst, served as National Intelligence Officer for East Asia, Chief of Station in Asia and the CIA's Director of Public Affairs.) With skepticism growing about the results of President Donald Trump's meeting with Kim Jong Un, the White House remains silent about where its historic outreach to North Korea is heading. Trump characteristically has dismissed questions and stuck to his superlatives, rummaging in the same kitbag of 1930s slogans that produced "America First" to declare that his tête à tête with Kim has brought peace in our time.
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