That's the closest you've ever come to agreeing with us. The good part of the summit was Trump succeeded in 1) not making things worse, and 2) ratcheting down the rhetoric and overall tension to only somewhat above where it was when he started his twitter storm. The bad part of the summit is we gave Kim something he wanted - a peer-to-peer meeting with the US - in return for the same vague pledge to denuclearize he's been making since 1992, and for that we agreed to stop war exercises with South Korea, much to the surprise of South Korea and evidently much of the Pentagon, neither of whom was consulted. This is absolutely a distraction - Trump wants something to sell as a political "win," to distract from all the other things he's botching. It's not impossible some real progress eventually comes from this... But the onus is on Trump to show that, because as of now we've made some fairly big concessions for... nothing new?