SBS has done the most amazing thing. They took the now infamous Trump versus CNN video tweeted by the President (also the highest number of retweets a President has ever had, it’s 325k right now) and made a response to it. The video saw SBS’ satirist Mark Humphries taking on the role of CNN, and addressing the camera in response to Trump’s tweet.
With comedy satirist Mark Humphries with a superimposed logo of CNN, he addresses the camera about Trump’s tweet. The infamous tweet was posted the president on Sunday, showing him wrestling and punching a figure during a World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) event, but the head had now been replaced with the CNN logo.
Also wearing a CNN logo, Humphries says: “My name is CNN and I was assaulted by the President of the United States.
“The bullying started a while ago, mainly online. Donald Trump started calling me “fake news”, which was almost as painful as me having to call him President of the United States.”
We absolutely love this video, so we won’t go further, see for yourselves;
Wait! Did you spot Fox News brief cameo (a.k.a Waka pass)?