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The former US intelligence chief revealed a radical new approach to deal with North Korea

James Clapper, the former director of national intelligence, recently gave a speech detailing a somewhat radical new approach for how the US should deal with North Korea's nuclear posturing while swiping at some elements of President Donald Trump's approach to the situation. In his speech at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Clapper detailed his decades of experience in intelligence and with North Korea before concluding it would not give up its nuclear weapons no matter what, and there's nothing the US military can do about it.
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