Trump Tweets Takedown Video Of Him Slamming Man With CNN Logo On Head

President Trump has taken his attack on the media to a new low with a Twitter video today depicting him tackling a man with a transposed CNN logo on his head in the crowd of a 2007 World Wrestling Entertainment competition he once attended.

The man he tackled and overpowered in the reworked Twitter video was billionaire Vince McMahan, two time world WWF and ECW champion, and promoter of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), who attended a Wrestle Mania event Trump attended in 2007 and played a role in the event being overpowered by Trump in the audience.

Trump tweeted in today’s wrestling tweet: “#FraudNewsCNN#FNN.”

President Trump claims that he’s been unfairly treated by the traditional media and often labels media sites which have challenged him as “fake news media” or “fraud media.”

Journalists covering President Trump have grown increasingly angered by imposed limitations against media outlets covering White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer during official White House press briefings, including a June 23rd ban of live audio and video broadcasts for the 3rd time during the week, and a perceived heavy handed approach towards the media by the Trump administration that is more common in countries like Russia and Turkey where freedom of the press has serious limitations.

During the election primary season, President elect Trump developed a habit of turning his campaign audience against journalists covering him at rallies, with incitements of jeers and insults, and sometimes barked out orders for media video camera operators to film his large crowd size.

President Trump’s latest anti-media body slam Twitter video has been widely criticized in the media and is viewed by some as inciting violence against the media.

Lately, President Trump has focused his criticism of CNN in response to a retracted CNN article that inaccurately described involvement between Trump officials and a Russia investment fund that led to the resignation of 3 CNN journalists and an executive editor in charge of an investigative unit.

On June 27th President Trump tweeted, “Wow, CNN had to retract big story on “Russia,” with 3 employees forced to resign. What about all the other phony stories they do? FAKE NEWS!”

On July 1st President Trump tweeted, “I am extremely pleased to see that @CNN has finally been exposed as #FakeNews and garbage journalism. It’s about time!

Last week, President Trump focused his angst towards the media against MSNBC Morning Joe hosts Joe Scarborough who he called “Psycho Joe” and his co-host Mika Brzezinski who he labeled “low I.Q. Crazy Mika” and “bleeding badly from a facelift.”

Written and Edited By:

Johnathan Schweitzer







About Johnathan Schweitzer 1617 Articles
Welcome to Schweitz Finance. I hope that my financial website will provide you with relevant market information to help you manage your investments with greater clarity and insight.
Contact: Website