The American electoral system allowed this horrific man to be selected President. Now, his deranged personality in the guise of a Fake News video is on display for all the World to see. All the denials from his handlers and sycophants cannot hide the fact the Incumbent is unfit for the Presidency.
Wall Street Journal 10.14.2019
The White House said Monday that President Trump strongly condemns a graphic video that shows a fake version of the president shooting and attacking members of the news media and political rivals, but that he hadn’t yet seen it.
In the video, Mr. Trump’s targets include Sen. Mitt Romney, the late Sen. John McCain, Sen. Bernie Sanders, former President Barack Obama and others.
Cindy McCain, Mr. McCain’s widow, said on Twitter that reports of the video “violate every norm our society expects from its leaders & the institutions that bare their names. I stand w/ @whca in registering my outrage.”
Jonathan Karl, president of the White House Correspondents’ Association, said in a statement that the group was “horrified” by the video.
The New York Times reported Sunday that the video was shown at a recent three-day conference put on by the pro-Trump group American Priority at Trump National Doral Miami. As described by the Times, the most violent piece of the video appears to be a doctored version of a scene from the 2014 film “Kingsman: The Secret Service.” It shows Mr. Trump’s head superimposed on the body of a man who shoots and attacks a series of people with the heads of his critics or with news logos over their faces.
Event organizer Alex Philips said in a statement that “an unauthorized video was shown in a side room at #AMPFest19. This video was not approved, seen, or sanctioned by the #AMPFest19 organizers.”
Mr. Philips added that organizers weren’t aware of the video until they were contacted by the New York Times and said the group “always has and always will condemn political violence,” adding that there was a panel conversation condemning political violence during the event. Mr. Trump didn’t attend the conference.
White House spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham tweeted Monday that the president hadn’t seen the video and would see it shortly, “but based upon everything he has heard, he strongly condemns this video.”