Trump busted after audio recording debunks latest Twitter attack on 'fake news'

Trump busted after audio recording debunks latest Twitter attack on 'fake news'

Trump busted after audio recording debunks latest Twitter attack on 'fake news'

In an article published on Thursday, the Journal reported that Trump signaled openness to diplomacy with North Korea, going so far as to say, "I probably have a very good relationship with Kim Jong Un". He said he would only hold a bilateral summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un under the appropriate conditions and if positive results can be guaranteed.

In the audio, President Trump says the following: "As you know, I have a great relationship with Prime Minister Abe of Japan".

North Korea's Kim Jong Un has shown no sign of willingness to give in to US demands and negotiate away a nuclear and missile programs, in defiance of United Nations Security Council sanctions. Trump continued his rant by saying he now has to record all the conversations with reporters, concluding, "They just wanted a story".

I have relationships with people, I think you people are surprised.

While quibbling over a single word might seem ridiculous, this is what we've been reduced to in light of the avalanche of fake news emanating from the anti-Trump media, which has been caught lying about his koi fish-feeding manners, among other things.

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GettyWhite House spokeswoman Lindsay Walters stated that Mr Trump had been briefed

At the same time, U.S. troops are reportedly training in the kind of tunnel warfare - and buying the specific kinds of gear - necessary to wage war in North Korea. Trump asked, according to The Hill, adding why the USA wasn't bringing more people in from countries like Norway.

Minutes later, Sanders also posted a recording of the president's comment.

Trump has derided the North Korean leader as a "maniac" and referred to him as "little rocket man".

However, Michishita said he did not expect U.S. President Donald Trump to undertake a preventive strike. Kim has responded by calling the United States president a "mentally deranged U.S. dotard". "I just don't want to comment", he had said.

The WSJ released the transcript of the interview along with the disputed audio, in a bid to clarify the matter. They don't even try to get it right, or correct it when they are wrong.

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