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Intel chiefs: Don't be fooled by North Korea's 'smile campaign'

“We’ve all watched over the last week the smile campaign North Korea has inflicted on the South Korean people, the South Korean people seem to have been charmed to some degree, some of them seem to have been captivated by it,” Sen. James Risch, R-Idaho, said. “From my point of view I think it’s nothing but a stall by the North Koreans to further develop what they’re trying to do and I suspect, in my judgement, we need to be very very cautious of this,” he added.

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