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WASHINGTON — Apart from a few perfunctory words of praise for President Trump meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, Connecticut’s Democratic congressional delegation saw little to like in the aftermath of the historic summit in Singapore.
“Many people like me — historic supporters of diplomacy — are hesitant to criticize Trump’s foray into nuclear diplomacy,” said Sen. Chris Murphy, who is on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Nevertheless, “no one should hold back from continuing to savage the directionless, counterproductive foreign policy of this administration just because diplomacy, done right, is almost always worth supporting.”