Here are two quotes from the article:
Japanese government provided a video of the meeting, which in the eyes of the press corps amounts to government propaganda.
CNN has not used the Japanese video release.This doesn't seem right. The photos and videos should be shared by the press. Obviously Trump/Abe didn't let the press sit through the meeting (nor should they). But why would/should Trump/Abe give the press more access, if the press won't even share that which has already been provided??
Is this just sour grapes, or does the press think they are taking a moral position by not sharing information unless it can be collected in the way they feel it should be collected?
Note: A photograph of a national leader speaking to another national leader is not propaganda. It is news.