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6/18/2019 12:41:21 AMPresident Trump promised that North Korea and Iran could be convinced to give up their nuclear weapons programs. He is learning it’s not that easy.
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6/18/2019 1:43:58 AMRepresentative Katie Porter is one of the first to endorse impeachment proceedings among House Democrats who are expected to face tough re-election campaigns.
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