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Episode 95: The President and the Dictator

President Donald Trump shakes hands with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the Capella Hotel on Sentosa island in Singapore, June 12, 2018. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)

Rich, Reihan, Michael, and Charlie discuss the North Korea summit, the G7 summit, and the primary travails of Mark Sanford and Corey Stewart.

Editors’ picks:
• Rich: The Solzhenitsyn cover story
• Reihan: A forthcoming piece on Berkeley, California
• Charlie: Kevin Williamson’s Can We Talk?
• MBD: Douglas Murray’s Dictator Lit

Light items:
• Rich: The Stanley cup
• Reihan: Book The Dawn of Eurasia 
• Charlie: Defunctland
• MBD: Murder at Mother Mountain

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