On Wednesday, Fox News host Shepard Smith disputed President Donald Trump’s suggestion that the nuclear threat presented by the North Korean regime has been largely neutralized.
Following the summit in Singapore, President Trump made some questionable claims about his alleged diplomatic victory.
“There’s no longer a nuclear threat from North Korea. Meeting with Kim Jong-un was an interesting and very positive experience. North Korea has great potential for the future,” the President said.
Smith begged to differ.
“Well, obviously part of that is not right. The nuke threat is very real. The joint statement both President Trump and dictator Kim Jong-un signed yesterday failed to lay out how North Korea will give up their nukes,” he said.
“Or how the U.S. and its allies will check to make sure that North Korea is keeping up its end of the bargain. The North Koreans haven’t admitted what they have, much less when and how they’ll supposedly get rid of them. A clear reading of the facts indicate the president made concessions in return for nothing concrete.”
‘America — y’all gotta wake up’: MSNBC panel cracks up laughing at Trump bizarre claims about the border wall
Last month, President Donald Trump's border wall collapsed due to weather problems. A new decision was made that in certain areas, Trump's wall must be a kind of "gate" that will remain open during months known for heavy flooding.
After weeks of ignoring the news, Trump finally found something to say about the catastrophe during a press conference where he rambled about different ways that people have tried to get drugs over the wall using a sling-shot.
‘Communist’ FOX network angers Trump fans at Daytona 500 by cutting to commercial as he begins speech
The FOX broadcast network seemingly snubbed the president of the United States on Sunday when it cut to commercial while he was speaking.
Viewers complained on Twitter that FOX Sports cut away prior to President Donald Trump's campaign-style speech at the Daytona 500, where he was named grand marshal.
FOX's cameras were also criticized for cutting away from Trump's lap at the Daytona 500 in his presidential limo. Instead, fans were treated to a commercial from Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg.
Some viewers praised the network for not giving the president's 2020 campaign additional publicity.
Buttigieg blasts Trump ally: ‘I’m not going to be lectured on family values from the likes of Rush Limbaugh’
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg responded to two top Trump allies’ anti-gay hate this week by proudly defending his husband and his marriage.
“I’m not going to be lectured on family values from the likes of Rush Limbaugh or anybody who supports Donald J. Trump as the moral as well as the political leader of the United States,” the former South Bend, Indiana mayor told Fox News Sunday, after laughing them off.
“I am in a faithful, loving, committed marriage. I’m proud of my marriage. And I’m proud of my husband,” Buttigieg declared. “America has moved on and we should have a politics of belonging, that welcomes everybody – that’s what the American people are for.”