Donald Trump Jr
Donald Trump Jr. is pictured during the second day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, July 19, 2016. Reuters/Mike Segar

Donald Trump Jr. appears to be following his father President Donald Trump's footsteps. In his latest post on Instagram, the oldest son of the president posted an edited “Top Gun” clip to show as though Trump was shooting a missile at a jet that had CNN logo superimposed on it.

The video showed CNN jet exploding after being hit by a missile. Trump Jr. reposted the video from Old Row Sports, a website owned by satirical sports website Barstool Sports. The 39-year-old captioned the post saying: “One of [the] best I’ve seen.”

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Twitter users criticized Trump Jr. for the post.

On July 2, the president tweeted a video showing him wrestling a person whose face was superimposed with the news network’s logo. CNN accused Trump of inciting violence and several people criticized him for threatening the media. The video was an edited version of Trump’s appearance at a professional wrestling show, WWE in 2007. In the original video, he wrestles with WWE CEO Vince McMahon. In the tweet, the president called the news network “fraud news.”

"It is a sad day when the President of the United States encourages violence against reporters. … Instead of preparing for his overseas trip, his first meeting with Vladimir Putin, ‎dealing with North Korea and working on his health care bill, he is involved in juvenile behavior far below the dignity of his office. We will keep doing our jobs. He should start doing his," the network said in a statement at the time.

However, Twitter told CNN Trump’s tweet did not breach the company’s rules. Twitter said it considered three factors — the political context of the discussion surrounding the tweet, different ways of interpreting it and lack of details in the tweet, CNN reported.

The micro-blogging site has a set of rules against abusive behavior.

“You may not make threats of violence or promote violence, including threatening or promoting terrorism,” Twitter’s rules say. “You may not incite or engage in the targeted abuse or harassment of others. Some of the factors that we may consider when evaluating abusive behavior include: if a primary purpose of the reported account is to harass or send abusive messages to others; if the reported behavior is one-sided or includes threats; if the reported account is inciting others to harass another account; and if the reported account is sending harassing messages to an account from multiple accounts," the micro-blogging website's rules say.

The president has been vocal about his disapproval to some section of the media and has attacked media personalities on Twitter. He made controversial comments June 29 on MSNBC's host Mika Brzezinski. Trump called her “crazy,” “low I.Q.” and said she was "bleeding badly from a facelift." The president was severely criticized for the remarks.

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On June 1, he defended his social media use in a series of tweets. He said his usage of Twitter is "not presidential" but "modern day presidential."