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  • "Our presidents like to send Bill Richardson to meet with bad guys and he often gets good results for the United States," Mr. Roemer said, highlighting the governor's work in North Korea.

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  • "No constructive dialogue with Iran is possible until we break the vicious cycle of suspicion and hostile, incendiary rhetoric," he said. "If we want Iran to improve its behavior, we would do well to stop threatening to attack them."

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