The white house condemned the fake video shows trump shooting journalists

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The White house on Monday condemned a fake video that played, allegedly, at the last event in Miami resort, in the possession of the President Trump the President go on a shooting rampage against journalists.

Stephanie Grisham, press Secretary of the White house, tweeted Monday morning that the President “had not yet seen the video, he looks at it briefly, but based on everything he has heard, he condemned this video.”

The New York Times reported that the video was played during a meeting of the American priority, a pro-trump group, Trump National Doral Miami. The event was hosted by the President, or his re-election campaign. A trump campaign spokesman, Tim Murtaugh, told the newspaper: “The video was not produced by the campaign, and we will not tolerate violence.”


The White house correspondents Association said in a statement that it was shocked “” by the video.

“The WHCA is horrified to be shown a video, allegedly, over the weekend in a political conference organized by the President’s supporters on the Trump National Doral in Miami,” said Jonathan Karl, the President of the White House Correspondents’ Association and a journalist for ABC News. “All Americans, this representation of the violence should be condemned by the political opponents against journalists and the President.”


The White House Correspondents Association urged to denounce Trump himself, the video.

“We have said before, the President of foment could, with its rhetoric of violence,” said Karl. “Now, we call to denounce him, and all in connection with this conference, this video and reaffirm that violence has no place in our society.”


According to the newspaper, the video is an edited scene from a movie called “Kingsman: The Secret Service seems to be”. The edited video shows the President is superimposed on a man open fire in a Church, described the video as “a Church for the Fake news.” Those who shot in the Bank series have logos of media organizations to you.

The New York Times said a number of the President’s top allies, were scheduled to appear at the conference, including his son Donald Trump Jr, the former White house spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. The paper said Sanders, and Trump Jr both said they did not see the video.

Fox News’ Kellianne Jones contributed to this report.

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