A group of his supporters at his resort in Miami were shown a horribly violent video in which President Trump massacred a group of journalists in a & # 39; church of fake news & # 39 ;.
The disturbing screening took place last week at the Trump National Doral Miami, where a three-day conference was held by a pro-Trump organization called American Priority.
The event was attended by former White House secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders; the eldest son of the president, Donald Trump Jr.; and the Florida governor, Ron DeSantis, according to The New York Times.
A gruesome, violent video showing Donald Trump killing members of the media and Democrats in a & # 39; church of fake news & # 39; was shown at an event attended by the supporters of the president at his resort in Miami last week
The video is an edited version of the church massacre from the 2014 Kingsman: The Secret Service movie. Trump & # 39; s head is superimposed on the body of the film star, Colin Firth, who then murders the parishioners who are portrayed as media entities
The graphic clip shows how Trump shoots and stabs the parishioners, as well as prominent Democrats and media personalities
Sanders and a person near Don Jr. have told the Times that they have not seen the video in question.
& # 39; I was there to speak at a prayer breakfast, where I talked about unity and bringing the country together & # 39 ;, Sanders told the Times.
& # 39; I was not aware of any video, nor did I support violence against anyone. & # 39;
DeSantis has yet to comment on this.
A spokesperson for Trump's re-election campaign, Tim Murtaugh, said he didn't know anything about the video.
& # 39; That video was not created by the campaign and we cannot approve violence & # 39 ;, said Murtaugh.
The video, distributed on the internet by Trump supporters, is an edited version of the ecclesiastical massacre from the dark comic movie Kingsman: The Secret Service from 2014, starring Colin Firth.
It shows Trump's head on top of the body of Firth while he & # 39; the fake news church & # 39; enters, where the congregants represent important American news broadcasts such as NBC, National Public Radio, Huffington Post, Politico, Vox, Vice News, The Hill, BuzzFeed News, and others.
Trump then goes on a murderous attack, using a gun and spear to shoot and stab the parishioners.
A spokesperson for Trump's re-election campaign says the campaign had nothing to do with the clip. The Trump National Doral Miami can be seen in the above stock image
Among the victims – apart from & # 39; fake news & # 39; – there are prominent democrats such as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, former President Barack Obama, Senator Bernie Sanders, Bill and Hillary Clinton and others.
Senator Mitt Romney, a republican who has often criticized Trump, is also one of the & # 39; victims & # 39; from Trump.
Other & # 39; enemies & # 39; of Trump who are shown as victims are MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski, actor Rosie O & # 39; Donnell and financier George Soros.
The Times reported that one of those present at the conference was recording the show with a mobile phone.
That person then asked an intermediary to send the clip to a Times reporter.
An event organizer told the Times that the video was being shown as part of a & # 39; meme exhibition & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Content was submitted by third parties and was not associated with or approved by the conference in any official capacity & # 39 ;, said the organizer, Alex Phillips.
& # 39; American Priority rejects all political violence and wants to promote a healthy dialogue about maintaining freedom of expression.
& # 39; This issue is currently being reviewed. & # 39;
In July 2017, Trump posted a tweet that showed he was wrestling an opponent whose head was covered with the CNN logo
Since his successful presidency campaign, Trump has gathered his supporters against the news media, especially outlets he & # 39; fake news & # 39; finds.
In July 2017, Trump caused indignation when he tweeted a clip in which he wrestled an opponent who represented CNN.
The video turned out to be a modified version of a 2007 performance by Trump in the promotion of WrestleMania 23 by World Wrestling Entertainment, in which Trump downs WWE chairman Vince McMahon & # 39 ;. In the video from Sunday, the head of McMahon has been replaced by the CNN logo.
After Trump appears to be beating on the CNN image, a logo appears, & # 39; FNN Fraud News Network & # 39; at the bottom of the screen in script similar to that of CNN.
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