One day after returning to Washington from the summit in Vietnam, President Donald Trump said he created “very good” relations with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, and now is the time to see what will happen.

“We had very substantive negotiations with Kim Jong Un – we know what they want and they know what we must have,” President Trump said on Twitter on Friday.

The president added: “Relationship very good, let’s see what happens!”

The two-day summit ended earlier than expected on Thursday with no agreement reached. The president told reporters that the summit collapsed because Kim had asked for the lifting of all sanctions in exchange for its partial denuclearization.

However, at the press conference on Thursday, President Trump seemed still upbeat, saying that the progress is ongoing and he would continue his dialogue with North Korea.

President Donald Trump meets North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Feb. 27, 2019, in Hanoi. (Photo: Donald Trump Twitter)

In fact, the president expressed a position of patience regarding to the nuclear talks with North Korea at the start of their talks, according to VOA.

“What’s important is we get it right,” the president said.

During the summit, both sides also expressed optimism for their discussions about North Korea’s nuclear program, with Kim leaving open the possibility of denuclearization.

President Trump said he thinks the relationship between the two sides is better than it has ever been.

“I think no matter what happens, we’re going to ultimately have a deal that’s really good for Chairman Kim and his country and for us. I think ultimately that’s what’s going to happen,” the president said.

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