Trump has gained attention for his noting to KJU the potential of NK beaches. While there's derision, it strikes me as quintessentially American. Perhaps my opinion is swayed by my exposure to the "frontier thesis" of Frederick Jackson Turner which pointed to the impact of "free land" on the development of American society and culture.
Pointing out the parallel--Americans historically have found opportunity existing in new frontiers, first in land, later in new areas of endeavor. So it's typically American for Trump to see development opportunities in an area which might become newly available to entrepreneurs.