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Trump's foreign policy appears in disarray on major fronts

WASHINGTON - With the abrupt collapse of President Donald Trump's second nuclear summit Thursday, another key prong of his audacious foreign policy appeared in disarray, at least for now.

The breakdown of talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Hanoi, Vietnam, came as the White House struggled to win regional support for its still-secret Mideast peace proposal, and as Trump's efforts to unseat the president of Venezuela have yet to produce results.

With all three priorities, Trump has discovered that his enthusiasm, flattery and TV reality-style showmanship haven't been enough to untangle

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