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July 21, 2024
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Divided Congress can have bipartisan “unity” on North Korea, congresswoman says

Leader of Asian Pacific American caucus tells NK News that diplomacy with DPRK is good, but not if it’s “just for show”

Sensational impeachment proceedings and a looming federal election — now less than one year away — threaten to pull an already polarized U.S. Congress further apart, but a member of the U.S. House of Representatives told NK News that Congress can still come together with bipartisan support on at least one issue: North Korea.

“On foreign affairs, there can be quite a bit of unity on certain issues,” said Congresswoman Judy Chu, the leader of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus, in an interview last week.

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