Donald Trump: ‘Fake News’ Is A Bigger Threat To Our Country Than North Korea’s Nukes

Donald Trump, the former reality show star who just met with North Korea’s brutal dictator, just got back from Singapore and of course, took to his Twitter account to lash out at the world. Trump’s meeting with Kim Jong-un was a real yawner, bringing nothing new to the table that hasn’t been tried before. North Korea did promise to denuclearize but that’s a vow NK’s leaders have made countless times, starting from 1985. In a revealing tweet, Trump announced that the biggest threat to this country is the ‘fake news’ media, suggesting that a nuclear threat from North Korea pales in comparison.

Donald Trump again called the free press an “enemy.”

“So funny to watch the Fake News, especially NBC and CNN. They are fighting hard to downplay the deal with North Korea,” the thin-skinned president* tweeted. “500 days ago they would have “begged” for this deal-looked like war would break out. Our Country’s biggest enemy is the Fake News so easily promulgated by fools!”

Trump got played because Kim didn’t offer anything of substance, only the continuation of an unfulfilled promise that’s been offered for decades to no avail. In return, Trump legitimized a dictator.

Twitter users responded.

This is incredibly embarrassing, but conservatives wanted to vote an amateur into power so here we are.  Earlier, Trump said there is “no longer” a nuclear threat from North Korea and tweeted that we can sleep well at night now.  Problem solved! And all because Trump sat down for 30 minutes with Kim.

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