The North Korea problem has been with us for many years. It's something that should have been taken care of years ago, decades ago. It's at a point now where we don't really have a choice. It must be taken care of one way or the other. I look forward to meeting with Kim Jong-Un.
We have not picked a site yet, but we picked five sites where it's potentially going to be. We'll let you know fairly soon, and let's see what happens. We'll either have a very good meeting or we won't have a good meeting, and maybe we won't have a meeting, at all, depending on what's going in.
We've also started talking to North Korea directly. We have had direct talks at very high levels, extremely high levels, with North Korea. And I really believe there's a lot of goodwill. Lot of good things are happening. We'll see what happens. As I always say, we'll see what happens.
Because ultimately it's the end result that counts. Not the fact that we're thinking about having a meeting or having a meeting.