Former Obama administration adviser Ben Rhodes helped circulate a video from last year in which President Trump responds to a question about MS-13 gang members and refers to them as “animals.”

But Rhodes left out the MS-13 context of the quote, deceptively framing it as if Trump had called all asylum-seekers animals.

Rhodes apparently does not care that his retweet and comment are very misleading.

It has been on his feed for two days.

He joins the likes of Dan Rather who claimed that Trump has “weaponized” words into bloodshed.

The Resistance got all excited when this video first began to circulate, but that was short-lived.

As someone who would have been incensed at the slightest inaccuracy told about his former boss, it is really ridiculous that Rhodes continues to promote this false assertion about Trump.