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Leading into the North Korea summit, Donald Trump said things were going well in terms of planning. But the President didn’t seem to do any planning at all.

“I don’t think I have to prepare very much,” Trump said ahead of the summit. “It’s all about attitude.”

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Days before the summit, nobody knew who was paying for the North Korean delegation’s hotel bill. The U.S. was not open to paying for it and asked other countries not to cover it.

Additionally, there were questions about whether Kim Jong-un’s fleet of aging Soviet-era jets could fly all the way to Singapore if he would need to stop in another country to refuel or borrow a plane.

Is this how you build lasting peace?

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