President Donald Trump has been meeting with North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un for their second summit in Vietnam, continuing the efforts he started almost a year ago to denuclearize North Korea. Ever the businessman, Trump is hoping to use the lure of prosperity as an incentive — a far cry from the days of threatening "fire and fury." So can Trump transform a former axis of evil member into a denuclearized epicenter of commerce?

James Walsh, one of the few Americans who has traveled to North Korea on nuclear talks, joined Jim Braude to discuss. Walsh is a senior research associate at MIT's Security Studies Program.