Instead, we focus on what surely must be the earliest re-election ad ever run by a sitting president: Mr. Trump's commercial touting his first 100 days' accomplishments (and paid for by his campaign committee). If you're a CNN watcher, you may have missed this, as the network refused to sell airtime for the ad on the grounds that it is false. In part, it shows images of several television news anchors, including CNN's Wolf Blitzer, under the banner "Fake News." The network released a statement saying, "CNN requested that the advertiser remove the false graphic that says the mainstream media is 'fake news.' The mainstream media is not fake news, and therefore the ad is false. Per our policy, it will be accepted only if that graphic is deleted." This prompted the Trump campaign to issue a statement calling CNN "fake news" for refusing to air its fake fake-news claim, and the snake swallowed its tail.