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CNN’s Jim Acosta Blatantly Lied About Trump and North Korea

When the White House announced that President Trump would hold a second summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, the mainstream media went into a frenzy. They warned that Trump is weak on North Korea, and that he was going to give away everything to Kim Jong-un without asking for anything in return. This was the narrative that the media pushed for weeks leading up to the summit.

When the summit fell through, though, so did the media’s narrative. Trump didn’t give Kim Jong-un everything he wanted. In fact, he got up and left the table without giving him anything at all, proving that he could be as tough as necessary in his negotiations with the rogue nation.

This forced those in the media to quickly spin a new narrative to make Trump look bad, and it was Jim Acosta who was charged with spearheading that effort. Acosta rolled out a monologue about how Trump isn’t as good of a negotiator as he claims to be and that he is in over his head with North Korea, bashing Trump for doing exactly what those in the media warned he wasn’t capable of doing.

To learn more about the flip-flopping media narrative regarding President Trump and his negotiations with Kim Jong-un, be sure to check out the video below.

~ Liberty Video News


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