Our Top 5 Things You Need To Know Today quickly became obsolete. Shortly after the end of our morning show, President Trump revealed that he has canceled the June 12th summit meeting with North Korea's Kim Jong-un. South Korean leaders were reportedly blindsided by the decision, and the stock market reacted with a steep drop.
As I write this, the President will soon address the nation from the White House. He will presumably explain his decision and outline our future policy with regard to the Korean Peninsula.
We try to have a little fun with The Top 5 Things every morning, and we will still give you an opportunity to enjoy a replay of our segment this morning... with the knowledge that the #1 Thing changed dramatically from a couple hours ago.
The Top 5 Things You Need to Know for Thursday, May 24, 2018
**BREAKING NEWS** POTUS CALLS OFF THE JUNE 12th SUMMIT IN SINGAPORE
At Noon, President Trump will speak from White House to explain, elaborate
PRESIDENT TRUMP NOT BACKING DOWN ON "SPYGATE"
Insists that Department of Justice and FBI had an informant in his 2016 campaign, maybe even recruited/planted an operative somewhere in the campaign staff.
WAYNE COUNTY AUTHORITIES GETTING WORRIED, WORKING HARD TO FIND MISSING MOM
Selena Hidalgo-Calderon and her young son haven't been seen in more than a week. Asking public to Contact Wayne County Sheriff's Department or NY State Police if they have any information.
I'll SAY IT AGAIN: DUDE... GET A LIFE!
Michael Rotundo (age 30, almost 31) defies a court order, continues to live as a "squatter" in his parents' home in Camillus. And the more we find out about the guy... oh, boy.
WASHINGTON CAPITALS FANS STILL CAN'T BELIEVE THIS
The long-suffering fans (not to mention the team itself) finally see their club going to the Stanley Cup finals against Las Vegas. Quite a change from the team's first season, when they finished with 8 wins, 67 losses, and 5 ties. Yes, you read those numbers correctly, and yes, I witnessed it with my own eyes that year. If they win this thing, I'm lighting a candle and going back to church, promise...