Speaking live from Hanoi, Vietnam Tuesday night, Sean Hannity weighed-in on the upcoming historic summit between the President and Kim Jong Un; saying the mainstream media is openly rooting for Trump to fail on the world stage.
“Two years ago, the hate-Trump media mob told the American people the President was leading us to nuclear annihilation in response to North Korean hostilities, rockets, threatening Guam, threatening the continental US,” said Hannity.
“America’s Left told you the sky was falling… You might have noticed there’s no nuclear holocaust. In fact, quite the opposite. Despite all the success, the hate-Trump media mob and Democrats are rooting for Trump to fail,” he added.
Watch Hannity’s opening monologue from Hanoi above.
HANNITY IN HANOI: Watch Sean Navigate the Bustling City Streets of Vietnam
Sean Hannity and his team arrived in Vietnam this week just hours before President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un are poised to kick-off their second historic summit; ultimately navigating the bustling streets on a scooter due to Vietnam’s iconic traffic jams.
“Getting to work in Vietnam-traffic was crazy so I hopped out & this guy gave me a lift. #VietNamSummit,” posted Hannity on social media.
President Trump and Kim Jong Un are scheduled to meet Thursday and Friday this week; discussing a wide-range of issues including denuclearization, the ongoing Korean War, the return of fallen US service members, and more.
HISTORY IN HANOI: Trump, Kim Kick-Off Second Summit Between US and North Korea
President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un kicked-off their second historic summit in Hanoi, Vietnam Wednesday; holding a 20-minute meeting and dining with senior staffers to discuss a series of issues including total denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.
“It’s an honor to be with Chairman Kim,” Trump told reporters. “I thought the first summit was a great success and I think this one, hopefully, will be equal or greater than the first.”
“I look forward to watching it happen and to helping it to happen and we will help it to happen,” he added, referring to North Korea’s struggling economy.
“Those 261 days [since we met in Singapore] were the days during which a lot of painstaking efforts were necessary and a lot of patience was needed. As I see you here today…that gives us a hope that we will be successful this time…” said Kim Jong Un.
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