The next screen that appears is black with text that says: "America is not the problem".
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. Just as CNN has reported your positions on race (and your poll numbers). We'll continue working with facts rather than tweeting fake videos that exploit innocent children. We invite you to do the same.
It was framed to appear like a breaking news report from CNN, when in reality it was a story aired by the broadcaster in September a year ago of a viral video about a friendship between two toddlers.
After Mr Trump tweeted the video it quickly went viral, racking up millions of views in less than two hours. The company announced Friday that it had submitted a takedown notice on behalf of the original video's creator, calling the doctored version "copyright infringement".
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Reggie Bush is likely to be associated with USC again
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"The point is", she said, "it was a play on CNN repeatedly taking the president out of context".
The president, who has battled Twitter and other tech companies over alleged censorship of conservative voices on social media platforms, said in late May he would propose legislation to potentially scrap or weaken the law shielding internet companies, in an extraordinary attempt to regulate outlets where he has been criticised.
As he announced the order, Trump described the companies' "unchecked power to censor" as "one of the gravest dangers it has faced in American history".
Underneath the USA president's tweet, the social network added a "manipulated media" label.