ABC’s chief White House correspondent Jon Karl says President Trump stepping into the Korean Demilitarized Zone on Sunday to shake hands with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un may be the “biggest moment of his presidency so far.”

Of course, it was “sheer performance,” whatever that is supposed to mean.

Naturally, the description of Trump’s meeting with the North Korean dictator as possibly the biggest moment of his presidency did not sit well with lefties.

To take the cake, a former “special assistant” to President Obama says the U.S. media are now in the tank for Trump.

What a time to be on Twitter.



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