Donald Trump Attacks CNN, NBC For Coverage Of North Korea Summit

Michael Candelori  ZUMA

Michael Candelori ZUMA

Wolf Blitzer took a moment of his show today to say that whatever Donald Trump thinks, the media is not the "enemy" of the American people.

CNN's Brian Stelter wrote a piece about President Trump calling the press America's "greatest enemy".

The President's comments come on the heels of the groundbreaking summit in Singapore, where North Korean leader Kim Jong Un pledged his full commitment towards the complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.

"So amusing to watch the Fake News, especially NBC and CNN", the president wrote.

"They are fighting hard to downplay the deal with North Korea". He tweeted Wednesday that "there is no longer a nuclear threat from North Korea" as a result of his work, and he has been critical of the press for its general disparagement of the summit.

Trump went after the press again on Wednesday, this time saying that CNN and NBC are the "biggest enemies" of the country due to their critical, "fake news" coverage on his summit with Kim Jong Un.

Use of "promulgated" may trigger a certain amount of speculation that the tweet was written for Trump by others - though POTUS has insisted he knows "the best words". 500 days ago they would have begged' for this deal-looked like war would break out.

It's still unclear if Donald Trump wrote the tweet on his own.