Trump jnr tweets 'Top Gun' video of dad shooting CNN jet

2017-07-10 16:28
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Washington - Donald Trump jnr has shared a new doctored video of his father attacking CNN.

Trump jnr tweeted a video of a doctored clip of the 1986 military thriller Top Gun on Saturday.

In it, President Donald Trump's face is superimposed over Tom Cruise's character as he shoots down a Russian jet with a CNN logo on it. Trump is seen in the clip repeating his "you're fired" catchphrase before launching a missile.

Trump jnr called the video, "one of the best I've seen". The source of the doctored video wasn't immediately clear.

President Donald Trump tweeted a video earlier this month of a doctored clip from a pro wrestling appearance that shows him pummelling a man whose face is covered by the CNN logo.

The tweet became Trump's most-shared tweet.

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