Perhaps employees at the news media empire could all gather around and take a lesson in chess, which is a brilliant way to polish strategic abilities.
The art of taking your enemy by surprise is one of the most important aspects in war. It's too bad CNN decided to blab like the local neighborhood grannies all over Twitter.
Um Bueller? Bueller?
Even an elementary school baseball coach will tell you it's imperative to keep your plays close to the vest in order to outwit your opponent so that you may secure a win.
Basic common knowledge no?
Twitter had a few not so subtle responses for CNN.
CNN the type of company to pour the milk before the cereal— Mike Tokes (@MikeTokes) October 8, 2017
All valid points. Now it's not always about winning but in this case it might be best if we do. And part of that may mean NOT telling the adversary, just a thought.
The stinging for CNN kept coming.
But no one in North Korea is on social media so they won’t know. Right?— Mason Kraft (@kraft_mason) October 7, 2017
South Korea's defense minister said the country has elite troops on standby ready to assassinate Kim Jong Un if they feel threatened by North Korean nuclear weapons.
He also added, "South Korea has a general idea and plan to use precision missile capabilities to target the enemy's facilities in major areas as well as eliminating the enemy's leadership, and this would be a worst case scenario."
Next time think ahead CNN before you speak please. Let's just hope Kim Jong Un doesn't have that much time for Twitter.
Or maybe he'll just read it as :
Fake news— @deplorableuprinfl (@uprinfl) October 7, 2017