But we've been very strong and very vigilant, and now lots of good things, I think, are going to happen. But we'll see.
But the funny thing - so they announced that he's not going to send missiles up anymore until through the meetings. Well, think of that. You know, we were losing - we were like getting a lot of missiles sent. I wouldn't say Japan was thrilled - missiles flying over Japan.
They're not going to send missiles up. Think of it. They're not sending missiles up. And I believe that. I believe that. I really do.
I think they want to do something. I think they want to make peace. I think it's time. And I think we've shown great strength. I think that's also important. Right?
A lot of people thought we were going to war. And all of a sudden they come in, and they say, we're going to have a meeting, and there's no more missiles going off, and they want to denuclearise. Nobody had heard that - nobody thought - but they said, they want to - they are thinking about that.
Who knows what's going to happen? Hey, who knows? If it happens |- if it doesn't happen? I may leave fast, or we may sit down and make the greatest deal for the world and for all of these countries, including, frankly, North Korea. That's what I hope happens.