Weirdly, Trump called on Fox News' Sean Hannity to ask a question usually reserved for the WH press corps and then soon after Sean's "Reykjavik" analogy became one of the most used talking points about the failed NOKO Summit in America.
John Bolton angrily told CNN that 'the president takes [Kim Jong] at his word' on the torture of Otto Warmbier
Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace presses National Security Adviser John Bolton about Trump's failure to get North Korea to give up their nukes.
Trump's number one fan over on state-run TV is earning his keep this week.
After Trump's NOKO summit ended abruptly and with nothing to show for it, he commented on the Cohen hearing and made believe the only true statement his former attorney made was that he couldn't corroborate collusion with Russia.
Only in Trump's brain would could it be perceived that Cohen's testimony exonerated him.
Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace asked the vice president to explain why Trump said we've made "tremendous progress with North Korea" and you said they didn't.
Mike Pence couldn't explain why he thought NOKO wasn't denuclearizing and Trump said they were.
The media cannot keep up with trump's lies. It has become the job of the citizens.
On Fox News' Special Report, Trump defended Kim Jong-un's murderous regime by explaining that he's just a tough guy.
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