President Trump violated Twitter rules again, posting a manipulated video purportedly showing Joe Biden playing the anti-police anthem "F--- tha Police" instead of the 2017 hit “Despacito,” which he played to finish up an event to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Florida.

“Despacito,”  the reggaeton Latin-pop song widely credited for popularizing Spanish-language pop music, and Biden's impromptu cellphone concert Monday instigated jokes and memes on social media. Trump late Tuesday tweeted the manipulated version featuring the 1988 N.W.A. song, saying China is "drooling" over it.

The video shows Biden moving in rhythm to “F--- tha Police,” which includes the uncensored use of the N-word and Ice Cube’s line, “Police think they have the authority to kill a minority.”

The video had been viewed more than 3.1 million times as of Wednesday morning.

Twitter has not removed the video but has put a “manipulated media” label on it, which leads viewers to a list of other tweets highlighting that the video has been altered. Twitter said the tweet was “labeled based on our synthetic and manipulated media policy.”

The video was originally posted by an account called The United Spot, whose Twitter page is littered with pro-Trump content and inappropriate spoof videos that poke fun at the former vice president. 

The United Spot thanked the president for sharing the video in a Twitter post on Wednesday. 

This isn’t the first time Trump has shared controversial videos on his Twitter feed. In July, Twitter deleted a Trump tweet that contained a video showing Texas doctor Stella Immanuel claiming without evidence that masks aren’t effective against COVID-19, Vice News reported.

Twitter also penalized Donald Trump Jr. for posting misinformation about hydroxychloroquine in late July, ordering the president’s son to delete the misleading tweet and limiting "some account functionality for 12 hours.” The tweet showed a video of doctors making misleading and false claims about the coronavirus pandemic, The Washington Post reported. 

Trump Jr.'s deleted tweet now shows a notice that says, “This tweet is no longer available because it violated the Twitter rules.”