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North Korean regime can't be swayed through diplomacy

Responding to reports that North Korea said it "no longer needs" nuclear tests, Jim Hanson, president of the generally pro-Trump Security Studies Group, credited President Trump.

"No one was expecting anything to come of Trump's fiery rhetoric, except people who understand that diplomacy works better with a credible threat of military force backing it up," Hanson told "Fox and Friends" over the weekend. "It's brought Kim (Jong Un) to the table

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