Bipartisan condemnation for Trump video depicting massacre
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Bipartisan condemnation for Trump video depicting massacre


A controversial video, which was not authorized or approved by the American Priority event, played at Trump National Doral resort in Miami this past weekend.  The video shows an actor dressed like President Trump committing acts of violence against members of the media and political opponents. Liberals and conservatives alike have publicly condemned it.

Representative Ted Deutch (D-FL) went to Twitter calling the video dangerous.

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The video shows Mr. Trump’s face superimposed on a killer’s body from a scene in the movie “Kingsman: The Secret Service.”

The White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham responded to the incident on Twitter on behalf of the President:

Cindy McCain, the late Senator John McCain’s widow responded on Twitter:

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Yendi Alvarez

Miami native and digital media expert. Political science and international relations geek. Former contributor at Times of Israel and founder of GOP TV Miami. Currently hosting video podcasts at VARA TV.