Trump says the media isn't covering North Korea sanctions. It is

Transcript searches show that the sanctions news was also a frequent topic of discussion on Sunday newscasts.

Many analysts and commentators, even those who frequently deride Trump, credited his administration with the victory at the U.N.

The coverage continued at the start of a new workweek.

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!

On Monday evening, CNN.com's Top Stories section was led by a story about the sanctions.

ABC's "Good Morning America," discussed the resolution.

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August 08, 2017

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