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Doyle McManus

Doyle McManus is a Washington columnist for the Los Angeles Times and director of the journalism program at Georgetown University. During his long career at The Times, he has been a foreign correspondent in the Middle East, a White House correspondent and a presidential campaign reporter, and was the paper’s Washington bureau chief from 1996 to 2008. McManus, a native of San Francisco, has lived in Washington, D.C., since 1983 but still considers Hermosa Beach his spiritual home.
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Trump's bromance with Kim Jong Un faces a reality check as the nations discuss nuclear disarmament

President Trump's special envoy to North Korea says persuading Kim Jong Un to give up his nuclear weapons will be a long and grueling process that will require U.S. concessions. That sober assessment means the upcoming summit might succeed where the last one failed.

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Trump’s sanctions are hurting Iran’s economy, but that doesn’t mean they’re working

President Trump claims he has slapped the "toughest ever" sanctions on Iran and that his strategy is succeeding. There's no sign that Tehran is changing its behavior.

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