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Donald Trump to make SHOCK visit to UK

Donald Trump to make SHOCK visit to UK

SBS has spoofed the now infamous Trump versus CNN video tweeted by the President. In the video, Trump is seen repeatedly striking a man whose face is replaced by the CNN logo.

According to the American press, the clip is actually an edited version of some 2007 images when Donald Trump participated in a wrestling game in the so-called confrontation of billionaires.

Trump has been embroiled in conflict with the CNN ever since he took office. The president, in his latest tweet, complained that more worthy news is being snubbed by mainstream media.

Earlier the channel had released a statement saying that it is a sad day when the President himself is encouraging violence against reporters.

The CNN spokesperson said that Trump: "is involved in juvenile behavior far below the dignity of his office".

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The controversial post was also retweeted by the official presidential Twitter account, [email protected], operated by the White House.

He was widely interviewed by its news reporters and anchors and was given maximum airtime by the CNN as he contested against 16 Republican leaders in the presidential primaries. The takedown is repeated four times in the video, which is accompanied by two hashtags: #FraudNewsCNN and #FNN.

Furthermore, Twitter's policy on hateful conduct states: "You may not promote violence against or directly attack or threaten other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or disease".

On ABC, Bossert defended the president's use of social media: "There's a lot of cable new shows that reach directly into hundreds of thousands of viewers and they're really not all very fair to the president".

In response to Sunday's tweet, critics of the president have said he is advocating violence against the press, while his supporters say it is not a threat. "If anything, quite the contrary", she replied. It is also said that she was bleeding badly from a face lift while she visited one of his golf resorts around New Year's Eve.