As I didn't have time to watch or read any news about Trump-Kim Summit last night, the first thing I did this morning was to turn on the radio to learn what had exactly happened during and after this so-called "historical meeting". I did gain quite some "knowledge" and impressions of the meeting after I listened to the radio.
So, what lesson can we learn from this? I realized one more time that fake news is far more sophisticated than just "fake news". Sometimes there is nothing fake in a piece of news, but you are misled anyway.
How the reporter chooses to report the news, what kind of facts he/she selects to let you know, what kind of language he/she chooses to use, etc. all these subtle things lead you to believe in something or form an impression about something which may not be true at all.
So, be aware of all the more sophisticated fake news! If you want to learn something, try to start from the most "primitive" materials, such as the full video of a press conference, instead of just swallowing whatever you are given!