Trump Blasts NBC, CNN Over Summit Coverage: ‘Our Country’s Biggest Enemy is the Fake News’


Here we go again.

Donald Trump has done a lot of tweeting this morning — most of which has revolved around his proclamation that North Korea is no longer a nuclear threat to the America.

These tweets come after the president signaled that the U.S. won’t hold any more defensive military drills in South Korea, even though the agreement he signed with Kim Jong Un doesn’t outline a solid framework for North Korea’s denuclearization, nor does it address their human rights abuses. Since we’re talking about Donald Trump though, it was only ever a matter of time before he took shots at the media for their critical, skeptical reporting about how he handled the meeting with Kim.

Sure enough, in Trump’s latest tweet, he just declared the “fake news” to be the “biggest enemy” to the United States.

Again, this comes from Trump just days after he met with a ruthless, nuclear weapon-possessing tyrant who commits crimes against humanity and threatens to vaporize America on a regular basis. Then again, this wouldn’t be the first time Trump has called the media the “enemy of the American people,” so perhaps this isn’t very surprising.

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