While Trump's longtime henchman and lawyer Michael Cohen is testifying in front of Congress today, Trump is in Vietnam where he and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un are rekindling their "very special relationship."
Trump's two day meeting will not conclude until tomorrow morning and we don't know if the two conmen will sign something substantive, but Trump has already stated that he's satisfied.
HANOI (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump hailed “a very special relationship” with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as they met in Vietnam for a second summit on Wednesday and said he was satisfied with the pace of denuclearization talks despite some criticism they were not moving quickly enough.
“Great meetings” and a “Very good dialogue,” Trump said on Twitter after dinner with Kim at Hanoi’s French-colonial-era Metropole hotel while the White House said the two planned to sign a “joint agreement” after further talks on Thursday.
President Trump with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un: "Boy, if you could've heard that dialogue. What you would pay for that dialogue. It was good." pic.twitter.com/hsHomSuvxu
— CSPAN (@cspan) February 27, 2019
"Boy, if you could've heard the fart jokes. You would pay for those fart jokes."
Trump said he was satisfied before even he left Washington so you may want to temper your expectations.