By Lauren Fruen For Dailymail.com
Published: 04:51 BST, 16 April 2019 | Updated: 05:55 BST, 16 April 2019
Viewers have slammed CBS show The Good Fight after it's official Twitter account posted a picture with the words 'assassinate', 'President' and 'Trump' in succession.
The network came under fire for the tweet, which showed a screenshot from a March 28 episode showing someone pointing to the list of 'target words'.
The Good Wife spinoff quickly deleted the picture posted Friday after GOP chairwoman Ronna McDaniel called it a felony.
She tweeted: 'Threatening the life of President @realDonaldTrump is not only despicable, it’s a felony. I hope the Secret Service investigates this.'
Other users quickly piled in, saying the post 'advocated the assassination of Donald Trump' and 'invoked an assassination on our President through the use of subliminal propaganda'.
One wrote: 'Just stopped watching anything having to do with CBS, and especially, The Good Fight. Inciting political violence? Advocating for the assassination of Donald Trump? Have you all lost your minds? I'll be contacting your advertisers.'
The Good Fight's official Twitter account posted a picture with the words 'assassinate', 'President' and 'Trump' in succession. The Good Wife spinoff quickly deleted the image posted Friday after GOP chairwoman Ronna McDaniel called it a felony
The words Christine Baranski's character Diane Lockhart uses in the show are flagged by the NSA as 'target words'. But the freeze frame image was posted to Twitter without context
GOP chairwoman Ronna McDaniel called it a 'felony' and 'despicable'