President Donald Trump's mental wellbeing was called into question on Thursday evening after he tweeted a bizarre video.
The fictional video seemed to argue that scandals over racism caught on video are not actually showing racism and that Trump supporters are good people.
"In the midst of everything, tweeting badly doctored videos of fake news somehow soothes the fragile, desperate, delusional President," CNN's S.E. Cupp tweeted.
"Let that sink in. This is making him feel good," she continued. "Guys. Trump is not well."
Here's what others were saying about the video:
Trump is now campaigning for reelection with fictional propaganda videos that include fake footage meant to demean… https://t.co/roJv6YS31S— Aaron Rupar (@Aaron Rupar)1592532973.0
@realDonaldTrump Speaking of false accusations, you still haven’t apologized for this one. https://t.co/LK42jT7eLp— Keith Boykin (@Keith Boykin)1592533957.0
@realDonaldTrump Another day in Trump’s America. https://t.co/nUuGxPu60f— Deb Granger (@Deb Granger)1592534572.0
This is completely tone deaf. 1. Trump’s alt-right base are notorious for posting the most vile comments on socia… https://t.co/lGChVuPxTW— John R. Eakin (@John R. Eakin)1592535774.0
Trump's vile, crazy message: 1. Racism is a hoax; and 2. He's its biggest victim. https://t.co/ilwF4p3W2K— Mrs. Betty Bowers (@Mrs. Betty Bowers)1592536031.0
How about you use your time to save some of the 20,000 Americans who will die this month due to your botched respon… https://t.co/9kJEFwONO0— Ronald Klain (@Ronald Klain)1592533835.0