n a shameful display of media bias, CNN and MSNBC spent a combined 428 minutes covering the Michael Cohen hearing and just 12 minutes and 50 seconds on President Trump’s historic nuclear summit with North Korea.
During the prime time and night hours on CNN and MSNBC (7:00 p.m. Eastern and 12 a.m. Eastern), the nine liberal hosts spent a combined 428 minutes and 19 seconds obsessing over the testimony of convicted liar Michael Cohen, and plotting how it could be used to bring down the Trump presidency. CNN’s share was 225 minutes and 10 seconds, while MSNBC sat at 203 minutes and nine seconds.
Meanwhile, CNN spent two minutes and 14 seconds covering the North Korea meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un. MSNBC spent 10 minutes and 36 seconds.
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enator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) slammed
House Democrats for “undercutting” U.S. foreign policy efforts by holding a hearing with discredited former Trump attorney, Michael Cohen while President Trump is in Vietnam hosting a nuclear summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
“A new low for House Democrats: holding hearings with Michael Cohen while President Trump negotiates with North Korea about giving up their nuclear arsenal,” Graham said in a statement on Twitter.
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“Democrats’ hatred of Trump is undercutting an important foreign policy effort and is way out of line. If Republicans had pulled such a stunt, the mainstream media would be outraged!”
President Trump and Kim Jong Un met in Vietnam today where they briefly addressed reporters. Trump said the two countries’ relationships had progressed greatly since their last meeting in Singapore.
“It’s an honor to be with Chairman Kim,” Trump said. “I thought the first summit was a great success and I think this one, hopefully, will be equal or greater than the first.”
Kim responded through his translator, “Those 261 days [since we met in Singapore] were the days during which a lot of painstaking efforts were necessary and a lot of patience was needed. As I see you here today…that gives us a hope that we will be successful this time…”