After much searching and repair, I could not find a good way – the error does seem to be documented on Github – so at least there’s that.
My solution to the problem, after trying several other ways, was to downgrade Visual Studio as described here – note – you really do have to run all of the cleanup tools.
UPDATE ON 09/21/2018 – this fixes the problem – thank you Stack Overflow User.
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