OnPolitics Today: The summit is greater than its parts

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Ah, the Trump-Kim summit has come and gone, and as our friends at the Short List said, they’ll always have Singapore.

So, what actually happened? A handshake. A bunch of photo ops. Promises of denuclearization from North Korea and ending military exercises from the United States. A statement that didn’t really specify how any of that was going to be done. A hint of a future White House visit. It’s all a far cry from the “fire and fury” Trump threatened to rain down upon North Korea less than a year ago.

As USA TODAY’s Susan Page writes, “It was one more sign of how Trump is rewriting long-standing fundamentals of American foreign policy. He described Kim, a despotic adversary, as a ‘talented’ leader who could be trusted. That came just days after he blasted Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, a democratic ally, as ‘weak’ and ‘dishonest’ after a combative Group of Seven economic summit.”

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