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GOP senator: Report that North Korea will not denuclearize 'very troubling'

Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) on Sunday expressed concerns about a Washington Post report that found North Korea allegedly does not intend to denuclearize.

“This is a very troubling report, there’s no doubt about it,” Collins said on CNN's “State of the Union.”

“North Korea has a long history of cheating on agreements that it’s made with previous administrations,” Collins said, urging President Trump to remain vigilant on North Korea.

The Post on Saturday night reported that U.S. intelligence officials concluded North Korea is planning to hide its nuclear stockpile and production facilities, contradicting an agreement signed in June by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un with Trump that promised the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.

Trump and Kim signed a joint statement at their summit in Singapore last month that included a reaffirmation of North Korea’s complete denuclearization, the recovery of soldiers’ remains from the Korean War and unspecified security guarantees for North Korea.

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