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I don't consider the summit a failure I considered a success defined as the president protecting and advancing American national interest and the issue really was whether North Korea was prepared to accept what the president called the big deal Chiz denuclearize entirely %HESITATION under definition the president handed the Kim Jong on or trying to something less than that which was unacceptable %HESITATION so the president %HESITATION held firm to his view he deepened his relationship with Kim Jong on I don't view it as a failure at all when American national interests are protected they can still produce nuclear fuel and as you saw after the president left and %HESITATION I came down and stayed there I mean he was walking around Torrington hot spots in Vietnam he no longer looks like a pariah didn't he gained from this I don't think that's the president's view at all ace cross in the present almost as if any if he did that in Singapore at the president's view is he gave nothing , do you actually believe that the presence you is he gave nothing away that's that's what matters not my view as I've said before I guess I can't get people listen so I'll try it one more time on the national security adviser I'm not the national security decision maker