President Trump says the "very important Nuclear Summit with North Korea" in Hanoi last week failed at least because his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, testified against him in open court while the meeting was underway. While Trump initially said last week that he was out of talks with North Korea's Kim Jong Un early because he found Pyongyang's sanctioning claim unacceptable, he told another story on Twitter late on Sunday night. "For Democrats to interview open hearings, a convicted liar and convict at the very important Nuclear Summit with North Korea, perhaps a new low US policy and may have contributed to" the trip. "Never done when a president is abroad. Shame!" He wrote. The comment came shortly after the president complained once again about "presidential crime" organized by "" crowds "democrats" and "the most vicious and corrupt Mainstream Media that any president ever had to endure."