After he was shamed in media for using a fake Time magazine cover on his golf courses, President Donald Trump posted another fake video. He tweeted on Sunday a video of himself punching a man who represented CNN which trump accuses of promoting fake news.

The video actually is a staged spectacle in 2007 when Trump, who was a reality star at that time, wrestled WWE head Vince McMahon to the ground, Time reported. The staged fight, dubbed “battle of the billionaires,” showed Trump won the match and walked away unscathed.

Promoting violence against media

The video, the latest in Trump’s fight against media, was edited that CNN’s logo was imposed on the face of McMahon. The video immediately drew criticisms from various people, including Republicans.

Ana Navarro, a Republican strategist and CNN commentator, said on “This Week” that Trump’s fake video is an incitement to violence. “He is going to get somebody killed in the media,” Navarro warned. The video came just days after Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a spokeswoman for the White House, said Trump has not ever promoted or encouraged violence.

In response to the fake video, CNN said in a statement that Trump’s Tweet is juvenile behavior which was below the dignity of a sitting president when he should be preparing for his overseas trip and meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, CNBC reported.

Beneath the office of the President

Bruce Brown, the executive director of the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, agreed with CNN’s statement. He condemned Trump’s threat of physical violence against reporters and added, “This tweet is beneath the office of the presidency. Sadly, it is not beneath this president.”

After Trump’s tweet became viral, Nebraska Sen.

Ben Sasse accused the president of trying to “weaponize distrust” of the media, Fortune reported. Sasse said there is a line that separates bad stories or poor coverage and the rights of Americans to argue and complain about it.

He told Jake Tapper, anchor of CNN’s “State of the Union,” kids need to be re-taught what the First Amendment is about.

Sasse pointed out, “And it’s not helpful to call the press the enemy of the American people.”

The Twitter storm did not end with Trump because his two adult sons also chirped in. Son Eric responded to an earlier post of CNN reporter Jim Acosta who referred to the freedoms enshrined in the Constitution, particularly the First Amendment, which cannot be taken away. Eric tweeted about the fake news, while Acosta reminded Eric that pro wrestling is fake. Donald Jr. again pointed to fake news in a separate tweet.