President Trump’s Twitter Smack Down of CNN His Most Retweeted Post

WASHINGTON (AP) -
Then-Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump at the Republican U.S. presidential candidates debate sponsored by CNN at the University of Miami in Miami, Florida in March 2016. (Reuters/Carlo Allegri, File)

A mock video tweeted by President Donald Trump showing him pummeling a man whose face is covered by the CNN logo has become Trump’s most-shared post on the platform.

President Trump’s post Sunday morning of an edited clip of his appearance at a wrestling event in 2007 had been retweeted more than 340,000 times as of early Wednesday morning. The mark edges out his tweet from the morning of Election Day reading, “TODAY WE MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!”

A Twitter spokesman confirmed to The Associated Press on Wednesday that the CNN tweet is now Trump’s most-shared.

The president has more than 33 million Twitter followers. His CNN tweet was retweeted by the official presidential Twitter account, which has more than 19 million followers.