As of publication time, the doctored video has nearly 8 million views. "The entire point of the video was to demonstrate how video can easily be manipulated by the media and others, so the labeling of the video as "manipulated" comically confirms the whole premise".
Others observed that the parody video in question had been on Twitter since last September - the original remains on the platform - yet was only removed after the president chose to post it, one dubbing the move "censorship at its finest".
The offending video repurposed old viral footage showing two toddlers, one white and one black, running to embrace each other.
After Trump tweeted the video it quickly went viral, racking up millions of views in less than two hours.
Twitter's policy says users "may not deceptively promote synthetic or manipulated media that are likely to cause harm", and it will flag such posts to help other users "understand their authenticity and to provide additional context".
This tweet from US President Donald Trump was labelled"manipulated media by Twitter
On Thursday, Facebook removed practically 100 adverts that featured Nazi iconography and were printed on the social media platform by Trump's reelection campaign the past day. The online video was mangled to show just a part of the video when the boys just take off down the street with the Black toddler operating ahead of his white good friend. The video Trump posted signs off by saying "America is not the problem". Trump wrote on Twitter.
About a week later, Twitter flagged one of Trump's tweets deriding mail-in-voting because it contained misleading information.
In a statement, CNN Communications said: "CNN did cover this story - exactly as it happened".
The president tweeted a doctored video of two young children with a fake CNN headline on Thursday.
Earlier, Twitter labeled the post "manipulated media", noting that it was "edited and doctored with a fake CNN chyron".
The White House has not hesitated to slam Twitter for intervening with Trump's tweets in the past.
"You need them for big businesses where they have certain people that have been coming in for a long time, but very little exclusion and they're pretty tight", he said, adding, "And we may even go very tight for a period of time".
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The Taliban, who are against girls' education, have destroyed many schools in Pakistan. The 22-year-old shared that she didn't know what she was going to do next.