The loot? An interview with President Donald Trump following his recent history talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
"The president said he brought it up, we don't know to what extent he did".
In bragging about this non-breakthrough, maybe Trump, famous for his disinterest in preparation, thinks it's a bigger deal than it actually is.
That arsenal has given Kim more leverage at the negotiating table, but Trump has done little to dampen expectations for what he can achieve.
"All of our members have served in combat and we understand the importance of bring our war dead home to bring closure to families", said Veterans of Foreign Wars National Commander Keith Harman.
China shares a border with North Korea and is the country's largest trading partner. He said Iran views Trump and the United States with "great pessimism", saying they are known for "quitting treaties and violating their commitments".
Finally, asked what would happen if Kim violated the promises, rather than discussing sanctions or enforcement of any kind, Trump spoke of how he'd cover for himself to the American public.
Nice and handsome and thin and perfect
Previous year saw the pair sling various insults at each other, while North Korea conducted several ballistic missile tests in defiance of the global community. He said it would "increase the pressure on Iran" to give up its nuclear infrastructure and capabilities. A buoyant Trump then addresses the photographers, saying: "Getting a good picture everybody - so we all look nice, handsome and thin and flawless".
But he said sanctions would remain in place for now and argued "we haven't given up anything".
Reporters first got a look at this absolutely batshit 4-minute video when it was played just before Trump emerged after the Singapore summit to answer questions. It does not, for instance, include an agreement to take steps toward ending the technical state of warfare between the US and North Korea.
The Pentagon has reassured allies of its "ironclad" security commitments, after President Donald Trump cancelled its Korean military exercises. "It was brutal. But a lot of people started to focus on what was going on, including North Korea". He explained that they're too expensive anyway and, besides, they are quite provocative to North Korea. They walked outside together after the lunch, stopping briefly to look at the USA president's special limousine. MORE: Trump, Kim Jong Un meet for historic summit, sign "comprehensive" letter Both leaders expressed optimism throughout roughly five hours of talks, with Trump thanking Kim afterward "for taking the first bold step toward a bright new future for his people".
Lewis agreed that Trump had ignored the "serious" problem of human rights violations in his rush for a deal, but said the much greater danger ahead is how Trump will react if he comes to realize that Kim is just playing him along.
But the former governor, who made a "private, humanitarian" mission to North Korea with Google chairman Eric Schmidt, also said the North Korean leader is different from his predecessors. The neighbors, which fought together during the Korean War, had grown apart a year ago after China backed United Nations sanctions crimping North Korea's energy imports and sources of foreign cash to pressure it to halt its nuclear and missile tests.