President Trump announced he'll meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un this spring to discuss nuclear disarmament. But the president has just replaced his Secretary of State, there is still no U.S. ambassador to South Korea, and the State Department's point man on North Korea, Joseph Yun, recently retired. How will this affect negotiations? MPR News guest host Stephanie Curtis talks to former deputy secretary of defense, Rudy DeLeon, about shifting dynamics on the Korean peninsula.
Guest: Rudy DeLeon is a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress. He served deputy secretary of defense under President Clinton.
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