President Trump announcing that he was pulling out of a planned meeting with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un brought with it a number of hot takes, and even journalists are trying to help out with this administration’s foreign policy strategy:
It's almost like maybe the details should have been ironed out before the meeting was agreed to and scheduled.
— Aaron Blake (@AaronBlake) May 24, 2018
That level of MSM journalisming caught a lot of attention:
Journalists are so fascinating to me. On the one hand, they're not smart enough or literate enough to understand the definition of "spy." On the other, they're so brilliant and accomplished they can lecture with authority on global diplomacy protocols. https://t.co/GpRNex5FCo
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) May 24, 2018
Some journalists can be SO selective that way.
"Journalist" now foreign policy expert. Uh huh.
— Chris Cornwell (@jccornwell) May 24, 2018
It's almost like journalists should stay in their own damn lane and stop pretending to be foreign policy experts just because Trump did something they don't agree with… https://t.co/FO2JFM5Z1V
— NoOneOfConsequence (@StarDogCh4mpion) May 24, 2018
It's almost like media-based political activists aren't really journalists after all.
— Discarded Virtues (@DiscardedVirtue) May 24, 2018
Well if they iron out the details, why even have a meeting? #ignoramous
— Team 27 volleyball (@2T7volleyball) May 24, 2018
— Texas Todd (@TXNativePatriot) May 24, 2018
It makes you wonder, doesn’t it?