White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders spoke out on Saturday to call out a smug CNN producer for a fake news story about the G7 Summit on Saturday.

The Daily Caller reported that it all started when Dan Scavino, an assistant to the president, tweeted out a behind-the-scenes photo of “negotiations” at the annual summit.

CNN producer Greg Hughes was mad that the photo showed world leaders gathering around President Donald Trump, so he insisted that the photo was just “clever visual messaging” and claimed without evidence that the event was a “group signing.”

“Pretty clever visual messaging here from the White House — taking some kind of group signing event and framing it instead to show President Trump seemingly holding court,” Hughes tweeted.

Sanders immediately fired back at him, saying, “Congratulations! Once again you are wrong.”

“There was no ‘some kind of group signing’ taking place,” she wrote. “It was all negotiations. We were there. You were not.”

Hughes ended up deleting the tweet and apologizing.

“Earlier today, I tweeted a photo of leaders at the G-7 and mistakenly referred to it as a signing event,” Hughes wrote in his apology tweet. “The White House says the images were taken during negotiations between the leaders. I was incorrect, have removed the previous tweet, and apologize.”

We’re glad to see that Sanders has had enough of CNN’s anti-Trump nonsense! SHARE this story if you stand with the Trump administration against CNN!