On Tuesday Harry Kazianis, Director of Defense Studies at the Center for the National Interest, joined The Chad Hasty Show to talk about the continuing situation between the United States and North Korea, and President Trump's recent summit in Vietnam with leader Kim Jong-un last week.

Kazianis and Hasty discussed what actually took place, the results, and inaccurate media reports portraying the summit as a failure.

About the very negative reporting following President Trump's efforts in Hanoi, Kazianis said,

I was very, very impressed in how the president handled it...Actually both sides were very complimentary of the other. They both agreed that they were going to come back to the negotiating table, that diplomacy wasn't over. And it's interesting: There's been a maturing of this relationship, where I think both sides realize that it's not in anybody's interest to go back to the dark days of 2017. I actually think this summit was a lot more positive than a lot of people spinned it, because you can actually see that both sides really want to do something. We just got to get to the right deal where it makes sense for everybody.

Listen to the entire interview with Harry Kazianis in the video above.

More information about Harry Kazianis is available at the Center for the National Interest website.

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