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what's important is that we , Donald Trump kicked off the second day of his homily summit with the message he said before he's in no rush for progress the US president in conjunction met Thursday morning the metropole hotel where they'll be holding a series of talks after an initial chat and dinner the night before the first day of the summit came to a close on Wednesday without any big developments at the White House has already hinted at what may come Thursday the two leaders will be signing a joint agreements at the end of the talks there are no details yet about what that agreement may be about both will be looking to bring home some good news especially trump after his former lawyer Michael Cohen testified to Congress on Wednesday he called the US president a racist con man and a cheat and trump lashed back from hardly reading that Colin is lying to reduce his prison time analysts say there are concerns that domestic troubles may drive prompt to Russia peace deal without getting much from Kim in return meanwhile Kim Jong un is looking for economic success for his country and will be looking to convince the US to ease off on sanctions you might even find that success by copying another old U. S. enemy Vietnam since arriving in the country north Korean officials have been busy visiting some of its high tech factories as well as the UNESCO listed tourist site hauling bay Vietnam reforms have been touted as a potential model for the north and many have been looking for clues as to whether or not can two men might go down that path it's something Donald Trump is encouraging he tried to sell denuclearization to Kim ahead of their meeting Wednesday tweeting that Vietnam was thriving and that North Korea would be the same if it got rid of its weapons but on Thursday morning the north Korean leader said it's too early to say if he's confident