'Isn't pro wrestling fake?': The Internet reacts to Trump's latest threat to CNN with humor -- and horror
President Trump holds a rally at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville. (REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst)

Early Sunday morning Twitter users expressed a range of reactions to President Donald Trump's less than presidential decision to post an animated gif of himself pummeling a grappler with a CNN logo over his face.


The Tweet is possibly the most bizarre thing he's done since becoming the leader of the free world.

On a holiday weekend when previous presidents spend time sending out patriotic messages, Trump has furiously attacked the media on Twitter, labeling the "Morning Joe" hosts on MSNBC as, "Crazy Joe Scarborough and dumb as a rock Mika."

Then came Sunday morning and the bizarre wrestling video tweet, leading popular singer John Legend to simply tweet: "25th Amendment" - the Constitutional blueprint for replacing the president when he or she can no longer be able to fulfill their duties.

Other's were just appalled and you can read their reactions below:

Former Monty Python member John Cleese called this a week ago: