Twitter calls for Trump impeachment with #25thAmendmentNow

A Trump-centered wrestling meme has KO'ed a lot of people, but not in the way the POTUS had hoped. Now, the meme has many demanding his impeachment.

On Sunday, Trump shared a video clip of a 2007 wrestling match between him and WWE CEO, Vince McMahon — only with the CNN logo superimposed over McMahon's head. The altered video imagines the president putting the smackdown on one of his least favorite news outlets.

Trump has never been cryptic about his hatred of CNN. But his critics saw this meme is a direct call for violence against the media. The outrage has spawned several Twitter hashtags calling for the president's impeachment: #25thAmendmentNow, #25thAmendment and #25for45.

Click through reactions to Trump sharing video of him beating up CNN:

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@MikeTokes @realDonaldTrump Something is seriously wrong with the President of the United States. We all need to be concerned.
@eugenegu @MikeTokes @realDonaldTrump This. Nothing about this is humorous. It's chilling. We are watching the lead… https://t.co/m5n6L4Lxyr
@realDonaldTrump How is this real life?
@realDonaldTrump "Our culture has gotten too mean" - Melania Trump
There was a time when Bill Clinton was called unpresidential for playing the saxophone on TV. https://t.co/CzljzbxrKH
Isn't pro wrestling fake?
Amazing how much time and energy @POTUS is devoting to health care. All those tweets this weekend and that health care rally last night
@realDonaldTrump "The President in no way form or fashion has ever promoted or encouraged violence. If anything, qu… https://t.co/mfIDhQPM5G
The president of the United States, instead of dealing with health care, ISIS, or the economy today, is tweeting out revenge porn.
welp, good to know i can still be shocked https://t.co/cZZp2NXO9f
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The 25th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution outlines the process of impeachment, where Congress can vote to remove a president from office if he/she is found "unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office."

Shock and anger has flowed freely on Twitter, with many users demanding immediate impeachment.

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