The White Home on Monday condemned a faux video reportedly performed throughout a latest occasion at a Miami resort owned by President Trump exhibiting the president occurring a capturing rampage in opposition to journalists.

Stephanie Grisham, the White Home press secretary, tweeted Monday morning that the president “has not but seen the video, he’ll see it shortly, however based mostly upon all the pieces he has heard, he strongly condemns this video.”

The New York Occasions reported that the video was performed throughout a convention held by American Precedence, a pro-Trump group, at Trump Nationwide Doral Miami. The occasion was not hosted by the president or his reelection marketing campaign. A Trump marketing campaign spokesman, Tim Murtaugh, informed the paper: “That video was not produced by the marketing campaign, and we don’t condone violence.”


The White Home Correspondents Affiliation mentioned in a press release it was “horrified” by the video.

“The WHCA is horrified by a video reportedly proven over the weekend at a political convention organized by the president’s supporters on the Trump Nationwide Doral in Miami,” mentioned Jonathan Karl, the president of the White Home Correspondents’ Affiliation and a journalist at ABC Information. “All People ought to condemn this depiction of violence directed towards journalists and the president’s political opponents.”

The White Home Correspondents Affiliation known as on Trump himself to denounce the video.

“We’ve beforehand informed the president his rhetoric might incite violence,” Karl mentioned. “Now we name on him and all people related to this convention to denounce this video and affirm that violence has no place in our society.”


In line with the newspaper, the video appears to be an edited scene from a film known as the “Kingsman: The Secret Service.” The edited video reveals the president’s head superimposed on a person opening hearth inside a church — described within the video because the “Church of Faux Information.” These being shot within the pews have logos of media organizations on them.

The New York Occasions mentioned a lot of the president’s high allies had been scheduled to look on the convention, together with his son Donald Trump Jr., former White Home spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. The paper mentioned Sanders and Trump Jr. each mentioned they didn’t see the video.

Fox Information’ Kellianne Jones contributed to this report.