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Anti-Trump Media Nothing But Petty Losers After Summit

by Tuesday, June 12, 2018
  • This was the first step to the Hermit Kingdom dismantling its country’s nuclear program
  • CNN global affairs analyst Max Boot chalked up the meeting as something that “any previous president could have done,”
  • MSNBC regular Jon Meacham claimed, “just because something hasn’t happened before, doesn’t mean it’s historic.”
  • CNN and MSNBC decided to harp on things like the food that was served and flag placement.
  • CNN took a break from its usual habit of criticizing the president for consuming too much soda and fast food to allege that the summit’s menu was too upscale.

President Trump’s historic summit with Kim Jong Un could be the first step to the Hermit Kingdom dismantling its country’s nuclear program – but Bitter Bettys throughout the mainstream media found ways to slam the event.

CNN global affairs analyst Max Boot chalked up the meeting as something that “any previous president could have done,” while MSNBC regular Jon Meacham claimed, “just because something hasn’t happened before, doesn’t mean it’s historic.”


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Trump left Singapore after the two leaders signed a document stating Pyongyang would work toward “complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.” But CNN and MSNBC decided to harp on things like the food that was served and flag placement.

CNN took a break from its usual habit of criticizing the president for consuming too much soda and fast food to allege that the summit’s menu was too upscale. Samantha Vinograd, the network’s national security analyst, proclaimed that the United States legitimized Kim by releasing the details of the food served during a working lunch. Vinograd said the menu puts Kim on “equal footing with other world leaders, which is what he wants,” before downplaying the working lunch as “perfunctory.”

“If [White House Press Secretary] Sarah Sanders is in the room… they are not diving into the kind of classified details that are going to lead to the substance,” Vinograd said.

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