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Democrats slam Trump’s North Korea deal
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After apparently defanged the nuclear threat posed by North Korea, President Trump on Wednesday, the largest remaining threat to the Republic: The “fake news media to be identified.”
Trump blasted back in Washington after his historic sitdown in Singapore with Kim Jong-Un, the press and two television news organizations, in particular, for the failure, the scale of the event.
Watch So funny the Fake news, especially NBC and CNN. They are fighting hard to shut down the deal with North Korea. 500 days ago, you would have “asked” for this deal-looked like war would break out. Our country is the greatest enemy of the Fake-News is published so easy to fool!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 13, 2018
To watch “So funny is the Fake news, especially NBC and CNN,” Trump tweeted hours after landing in the States. “They are fighting hard to shut down the deal with North Korea. 500 days ago, you would have “asked” for this deal-looked like war would break out. Our country is the greatest enemy of the Fake-News is published so easy to fool!”
Trump and Kim agreed to work towards the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula during the session of face-to-face this week, a stunning turn of events that followed, more than a year of insults, threats and sabre-rattling between the leaders.
“Before the arrival of people were under the assumption that we were going to war with North Korea,” trump on Twitter. “President Obama said that North-Korea is our biggest and most dangerous problem. Not anymore—sleep well tonight!”
Trump, as part of the historic summit, reversed a longstanding policy of the United States, calling for an end to the U.S. military drills on the Korean Peninsula, he said to get the US wants the troops home from the region, at a certain point, but noted that it was “part of the equation.”
“We will stop play the war, this saves us a tremendous amount of money, as long as we are not in the future negotiations, see together, as it should be,” Trump said after his meeting with Kim.
On Wednesday, after landing in New York, Trump stressed the importance of ending military exercises on the border.
“We save a fortune by doing war games, as long as we negotiate, in good faith—the two sides are!” Trump tweeted.
But many criticized in the media, that the President, the comments, and all aspects of his meeting with Kim, from style to substance.
CNN this week of the President for a portion of Kim’s menu, criticized, was of the upper class. The outlet’s national security analyst, suggested that the Trump administration legitimized served Kim through the publication of the details of the menu, during the summit, it put Kim on “equal footing” with other leaders of the world, which is what he wants.”
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CNN host Don Lemon suggested the meal to Trump and Kim sound “very expensive.”
The former Obama adviser, Ben Rhodes, called the now a MSNBC post, the summit of which is a “spectacle”.
MSNBC is the trump-bashing prime-time host Rachel Maddow suggested Trump should never have given Kim a meeting.
“I don’t think that we can sugarcoat what the President has done, here, by agreeing to this meeting. North Korea is said to be the most repressive dictatorship on earth, probably,” Maddow.
ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, Trump referred to as “the President is the enemy” prior to the correction itself, while the network-summit coverage, while NBC’s Andrea Mitchell said that Trump has approval to Kim, the look like a “rock star”.
Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci told Fox News that the mainstream media as “dishonest.”
Fox News’ Brian Flood and Adam Shaw contributed to this report.
Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.