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Internet horrified by video showing Trump going on church shooting spree: ‘Disgusting — but not surprising’

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Response to a doctored video showing President Donald Trump going on a murderous shooting spree against his perceived enemies — that was shown to his fans at a Trump hotel — was overwhelmingly greeted on Twitter with horror and disgust late Sunday night.

The video that was widely shared online is based on a scene from the film “The Kingsman: The Secret Service,” and was shown at an event that featured Don Trump Jr. and former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders.

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In the video, the face of the president was edited in and he is seen slaughtering characters with faces featuring logos for CNN, NPR and Black Lives Matter — among others — as they worshipped in the “Church of Fake News.”

Reaction was quick and condemnatory across the board.

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