As the rhetoric between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un gets screen time in South Korea and across the world, Trump should consider looking to historical precedent for guidance on avoiding a nuclear confrontation, Michael Gerson writes.
As the rhetoric between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un gets screen time in South Korea and across the world, Trump should consider looking to historical precedent for guidance on avoiding a nuclear confrontation, Michael Gerson writes. Ahn Young-joon AP
As the rhetoric between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un gets screen time in South Korea and across the world, Trump should consider looking to historical precedent for guidance on avoiding a nuclear confrontation, Michael Gerson writes. Ahn Young-joon AP

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