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President Donald Trump tweeted a video of himself beating up a humanoid CNN figure, the latest in a feud between the New Yorker and Time Warner's cable news arm.

The video shows Trump running toward a wrestling ring and tackling a man with a CNN icon for a head, punching him repeatedly in the face.

The clip appears to be edited from a 2007 incident at WrestleMania, where Trump "attacked" wrestling icon Vince McMahon.

In the original clip, during a lull in a fight between Stone Cold Steve Austin and Bobby Lashley, Trump knocks over McMahon and begins beating him.

Trump later shaves McMahon's head, previously full of gray hair.

Vince McMahon's wife, Linda, now works for the Small Business Administration in the Trump White House.

Watch the clip above, and check out Sean Hannity's analysis of CNN's repeated criticisms of Trump below.


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