BREAKING NEWS – Washington, D.C. – NBC News reporter Hallie Jackson said that President Trump’s wee-hours greeting of the three American prisoners who’d been held in North Korea was a “very carefully choreographed,” “staged production meant for television.” The White House correspondent harped on the fact that the event was televised. “It was a moment of intense anticipation … very carefully choreographed, right? The vice president landed, the president, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and then that plane carrying these three American citizens,” Jackson said on MSNBC. “Donald Trump is a former reality show producer. This was a staged production meant for television, meant for the cameras, meant to be shown and seen here in this country and around the world.” Several critics took to Twitter to mock Jackson for the comments, with many users pointing out that President Obama was widely praised when soldier/deserter Bowe Bergdahl was turned over by the Taliban and celebrated in an elaborate Rose Garden ceremony back in 2014. Jackson responded to them by saying, “That’s different… uh… I mean… that’s different, everybody knows that different. President Obama used roses to uh… uh… everybody knows that different. I think this proves that my critics are sexists!”