Earlier the same day, Sanders posted an image with a red banner that read "FAKE NEWS" and read underneath: "THE WALL STREET JOURNAL".
"When a figure in power reflexively calls any press that doesn't suit him 'fake news, ' it is that person who should be the figure of suspicion, not the press", Flake will say, according to NBC News, which obtained excerpts from the speech.
"We are kind of testing North Korea's ability to respond".
This president believes he can make unwise statements and then deny them in the face of compelling evidence.
The top USA diplomat said Tuesday that he did not think it would be "useful" to confirm or detail any possible discussions publicly because tensions on the peninsula over North Korea's nuclear program are at a "very tenuous stage".
Banning Trump would nearly certainly result in a fiery backlash from his more adoring followers, and likely the president would find some way of retaliating with all of the government resources at his disposal.
While North Korea is unlikely to disclose its chief delegate to the Games at the Pyeongchang ski resort at the meeting, South Korean media and analysts speculate it could be led by either Kim's No. 2 official or his sister. They agreed to resolve the North's nuclear threat through dialogue and negotiations.
It is also unclear what Trump meant by saying that the White House records "conversations with reporters".
It comes amid a charm offensive from North Korea which has entered into talks with its southern neighbour in recent days.
In last week's first high-level talks in more than two years, the neighbors agreed to allow North Korea to send a delegation to the Olympics that start on February 9.
Last week, the state-run paper said that a White House tell-all, "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" predicts Trump's "political demise". "The people of Hawaii are paying the price now for decades of failed leadership in this country, of failure to directly negotiate, to prevent us from getting to this point where we're dealing with this threat today, setting unrealistic preconditions".
The Pacific archipelago was already on edge over fears of a North Korean attack when the phones of residents and tourists blared the alert just after 8:00 am (1800 GMT) on 13 January.
And in November, Trump called Kim "fat", after Kim allegedly called Trump "old".
Trump recently said that, under the right circumstances, he would be willing to speak directly with the North Korean leader, whom he has described as mad and a "rocket man".
According to Carlin, who was speaking at a briefing for 38 North, North Korea's restraint in naming and attacking Moon over the a year ago indicates the country was knowingly trying to keep the door open for talks.