News NoKo caved to another of Trump’s demands puts CNN’s top correspondent in an embarrassing spot

North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un continues to meet a series of demands from President Donald Trump in anticipation of a historic summit between the two men, releasing three U.S. citizens detained for years in North Korean prison camps.

And it’s driving the anti-Trump forces on the left batty, as seen when CNN’s Brian Stelter took to Twitter to admonish “prominent Trump supporters,” who he claimed “spread a rumor” about the release without evidence, linking to a tweet from Trump telling the nation,”Stay tuned.”

Stelter tagged Ryan Fournier, the founder of Students for Trump, who tweeted that the Americans had been released.

Not one to take a punch laying down, Fournier fired back with a little context of his own, informing Stelter of several prominent news sources that reported the release happened — past tense. He also gave his newfound friend some stellar advice.

“.’s has the nerve to call me fake news lol,” he tweeted. “Washington Times, The Hill, Business Insider all reported this before my tweet! Go back to tweaking about Russia.”

Of course, CNN will have to stop covering the porn star first, if they’re to “go back to tweeting about Russia.”

Ironically, even after naming his sources in the above tweet, the CNN sleuth replied to Fournier to AGAIN ask for his sources.

For the record, CNN is reporting the administration is “confident” the Americans held in North Korea will be released but says the exact timing is unknown and that they are “working to verify reports the hostages have been moved from their labor camps to Pyongyang.”

It’s also being reported that despite Trump’s tweet, two  of the three Americans were detained under his administration.

Nonetheless, Steltzer got raked over the coals for targeting the 22-year-old Trump supporter for repeating news from reputable sources.

Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:

Meanwhile, Daily Mail Editor David Martosko probably made the best point of the media’s reaction to the real news…


Tom Tillison


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