This is the controversial 'supercut' of media talking heads and journalists criticizing President Trump that was just played in his Monday night press briefing, which turned out to be one for the history books.
Reporters in the room immediately tried to get Trump to admit he used White House resources to finance what they - not Trump - described as a 'campaign' video. This led to Trump jousting with CBS's Paula Reid in a debate that ranks among one of the most memorable of Trump's first term.
This is the supercut video President Trump just played during the coronavirus briefing. It includes clips of MSNBC and CNN pundits downplaying coronavirus, @maggieNYT defending his China travel ban, and Govs. Cuomo and Newsom praising his administration's response. pic.twitter.com/W6O1oEQuso— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) April 13, 2020
Trump explained that the montage was simply thrown together quick by a couple of White House staffers, who have hundreds more clips - even better clips, in some cases - that they could have used, Trump said.