The white toddler then runs after the black toddler in the same footage shown at the beginning of the video shared by Trump, although the music strikes a markedly different tone this time around.
Clashes have erupted in recent weeks between Twitter and Facebook and the president ever since the social media giants began moderating some of the president's posts by adding labels or removing content altogether.
But clicking on the prominent warning that Twitter connected to the tweet brings end users to a webpage wherever Twitter warns: "The president shared a version of the video which many journalists confirmed was edited and doctored with a fake CNN chyron".
The tweeted video, with more than 7.7 million views and 125,000 retweets, then goes on to show the original video and concludes: "America is not the problem".
As of this writing, the Trump tweet with the video in question remained available on Twitter (and had been viewed 20 million times so far). In addition, Twitter may label tweets containing synthetic and manipulated media to help people understand their authenticity and to provide additional context.
It remains to be seen whether the caretakers of these toddlers track down the actual creator of the video and take legal action.
UK PM announces 'support bubble' to help those living alone
Hopes that the two-metre rule might be dropped were raised after it was left out of new draft guidance for pubs and restaurants. For example, if you live with a partner you will not be able to form a bubble with your parents, provided they live together.
It flagged Trump's tweets about fraudulent postal ballots and redirected users to a factcheck of the claims.
CNN's official handle responded to Trump's tweet saying they reported the incident "exactly as it happened" and criticised the U.S. president for using innocent children to attack the press. The "Washington Post" according to the Clip to a umgewidmetes and manipulated Video that had spread to 2019 viral.
Trump refused to reveal more details but said that there will be "very little" exclusions.
Separately, on Thursday, Facebook pulled Trump 2020 campaign ads with Nazi symbols from the service for violating its policy banning "organised hate".
The aim of these "manipulated media" tags is to true and turn people against fake news. "Just as we reported your positions on race (and poll numbers)", CNN replied to the tweet.
"If it did slow down, frankly, I think we're way ahead of ourselves if you wanna know the truth", Trump said.