Well, thank you very much, Chairman Kim. And it's great to be with you again. And I'm sure over the years, we'll be together a lot. And I think we'll also be together after the fact, meaning after the deal is made.
We had very good discussions last night at dinner. And the pre-dinner was very good. And there were a lot of great ideas being thrown about. I think very importantly, the relationship is just very strong. And when you have a good relationship, a lot of good things happen.
So I can't speak necessarily for today, but I can say that just a little bit longer term and over a period of time, I know we're going to have a fantastic success with respect to Chairman Kim and North Korea. They're going to have an economic powerhouse. I've been writing about it. I've been talking about it. I think it's going to be an economic powerhouse. And it's something I very much look forward to helping with because with a little bit of help in the right location, in the right place, I think it's going to be something very special.
I have been saying very much from the beginning that speed is not that important to me. I very much appreciate no testing of nuclear rocket missiles, any of it... very much appreciate it. And Chairman Kim and I had a great talk about that last night. I'd let him say what he said, if he'd like to. And if he doesn't, he doesn't have to. But we had a very good talk about that last night. And again, I am in no rush.