President Trump says the media is ignoring the U.N.’s sanctions towards North Korea. He is improper.
In a tweet despatched out at four:15 PM EST on Monday, the president wrote that “The Fake News Media will not talk about the importance of the United Nations Security Council’s 15-0 vote in favor of sanctions on N. Korea!”
CNN and different information retailers have supplied strong protection of the decision, which handed on Saturday.
It was a lead story on Saturday afternoon and night newscasts. CNN’s Ana Cabrera interviewed U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley in regards to the decision shortly after it was handed. Parts of the interview have been re-played a number of instances.
Transcript searches present that the sanctions information was additionally a frequent matter of debate on Sunday newscasts.
Many analysts and commentators, even those that ceaselessly deride Trump, credited his administration with the victory on the U.N.
The protection continued at the beginning of a brand new workweek.
On CNN’s “New Day” morning present, Sen. Richard Blumenthal, a Democrat, talked to CNN’s Brianna Keilar in regards to the sanctions. That look apparently prompted a series of tweets despatched by the president attacking Blumenthal.
For the time being that Trump tweeted his criticism of the “Pretend Information Media,” CNN’s “The Lead with Jake Tapper” was covering the impact of the sanctions.
CNN’s “The Scenario Room With Wolf Blitzer,” discussed the sanctions on Monday, as effectively.
On Monday night, CNN.com’s High Tales part was led by a narrative in regards to the sanctions.
CNN will not be the one information outlet reporting on the sanctions. To quote just some notable examples: On Monday, an article on the decision was revealed on the entrance web page of the bodily copy of the Wall Road Journal. The Washington Submit and USA Right now additionally revealed front-page items on the decision and its implications.
ABC’s “Good Morning America,” mentioned the decision.
As did NBC’s “Right now.”
NPR included the subject in its Morning News Brief on Monday. Mainstream retailers have additionally revealed various articles on the decision and what it may imply for the U.S. and internationally.
– Brian Stelter contributed to this report
CNNMoney (New York) First revealed August 7, 2017: 7:51 PM ET