Pictures were hung up of leaders that President Donald Trump has met so far this year.
The correlation between the 40th and 45th U.S. presidents, especially on foreign policy, is deliberate and systematic, not simply coincidental.
"President Obama was handed the Nobel Peace Prize, but President Trump is on his way to actually earning one," Conway said.
Cooper's segment, titled "There's something about a dictator," detailed the president's concerning rapport with the world's most controversial leaders.
He may have "obesity hypoventilation syndrome, which is a fancy word for someone who is obese and can't get enough air into their lungs and has a thick neck with fat in the neck that suppresses breathing," Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel said.
"He has not curbed his use of nuclear weapons and missiles as he said he would," former U.S. ambassador to the UN Bill Richardson said.
Love letters between the leaders won't end seven decades of war, and the sides are running out of time.
The Chinese premier's work was vital in enabling Trump and Kim Jong Un to meet at the border of the two Koreas on Sunday, an editorial argued.
"What have we gotten from the North Koreans, for all this pomp and circumstance and the propaganda coup of having the president of the United States crossing into North Korea?" Elise Jordan asked.
Trump became the first U.S. president to set foot in North Korea on Sunday when he crossed the border with Kim.
"I mean, [Kim] was lobbing missiles into the Sea of Japan just a few weeks ago and the president is going to talk to him? I mean, are you kidding me?" Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) said.
"Not on the scale that the North Koreans do, but a lot of countries commit atrocities, including a number that we're closely allied with," Tucker Carlson said.
"Trump endorsing American citizen Otto Warmbier's murderer. Again," wrote a former federal prosecutor.
"That's news to me," said James Clapper.
Some interpreted the step as a watershed moment in denuclearization. Critics, meanwhile, blasted the president for his friendly demeanor toward the dictator.
"When you talk about a border, that's what they call a border," Trump said. "Nobody goes to that border, just about nobody. That's called a real border."
Author Anna Fifield's new book provides fresh details on the dictator-to-be's adolescent years growing up in the picturesque Swiss capital of Bern.
Relations between Washington and Pyongyang look far less promising than they did one year ago, with denuclearization negotiations stalled since the collapse of the Hanoi summit.
Kim Jong Nam was assassinated with a nerve agent in February 2017, reportedly after having met with his CIA contact in Malaysia.
The new book depicts the young Kim as an intelligent, confident but isolated child as he grew to become heir apparent to the secretive kingdom.
The North Korean foreign ministry demanded the U.S. abandon its "current way of calculation" if it wished to revive bilateral talks.
"No water came out of the showers, faucets were missing and lights were not set up properly," Kim complained of facilities at a youth center.
"I can tell you we're monitoring the situation and continue to stay focused on our ultimate goal which is denuclearization," the White House press secretary said.
"He has nothing but yes men that tell him all the time whatever he wants to hear," Joe Scarborough alleged.
"I was actually sticking up for Sleepy Joe Biden while on foreign soil," the president tweeted.
"To be on foreign soil, on Memorial Day, and to side repeatedly with a murderous dictator against a fellow American and former Vice President speaks for itself," Joe Biden's communications director said.
The human rights campaign group showed world leaders attempting to blow out the candle in its logo.
"If he's working towards a deal, as you say, it's a deal we don't know about," John Brennan said. "He basically said he wants denuclearization. That is not going to happen."
President Donald Trump made the comments during his state visit to Japan.