Sarah Sanders

NYT: Fake video of Trump shooting media and rivals shown at his resort

President Trump speaks to the press in the White House on Oct. 2.
President Trump speaks to journalists in the White House on Oct. 2. Photo: Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images

A video depicting President Donald Trump stabbing and shooting journalists, political opponents and Black Lives Matter movement figures was played at an event for his supporters at his Miami resort last week, the New York Times reported Sunday. Trump was not present, it said.

Why it matters: Event organizers American Priority confirmed to the Times that the video was shown at the conference at the Trump National Doral, which demonstrates how "Trump’s anti-media language has influenced his supporters and bled into their own propaganda."

Sarah Sanders' book is coming shortly before the 2020 election

Sanders talks to reporters at the White House in May. Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

St. Martin’s Press will announce Thursday that former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders will publish a memoir about her Trump administration experiences in fall 2020 — right before the election.

Why it matters: Sanders, who could be combative with reporters and is seriously considering a run for Arkansas governor in 2022, will be a high-profile supporter of President Trump's re-election.