Former President Donald Trump was displeased to see a picture of him that showed him with extra pounds. In a post on Truth Social, he blasted the “fake news” industry for an image which made him appear fat with a pot belly while playing golf.

Sharing the doctored image alongside three other images of a slimmed-down version of himself he wrote, “The Fake News used Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) to create the picture on the top left. These are despicable people, but everyone knows that. The other pictures are me hitting Golf balls today to show the difference. Sadly, in our Country, Fake News is all you get!”

Per The Daily Mail, the image that drew Trump’s ire was really a fake even though they were not made with AI as Trump suggested. The photo was originally that of golfing star John Daly, according to the news outlet which found that the GOP presidential candidate’s head had reportedly on Daly’s body in a picture from 2017.

Trump’s post came as New York Judge Arthur F. Engoron made a ruling against the GOP front runner in his civil fraud case. Engoron had ordered him to pay over $350 million in penalty and banned him from running his businesses in New York or serving in top roles at any New York company for three years.

Punishment was also extended to two of the former president’s sons, Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr., who were each ordered to pay over $4 million and prohibited from working in top roles at any New York company for two years.

Trump and his lawyers have vowed to appeal the ruling, which they have chalked up to “election interference.”

“The Democrat Club-controlled Judge Engoron has already been reversed four times on this case, a shameful record, and he will be reversed again. We cannot let injustice stand, and will fight Crooked Joe Biden’s weaponized persecution at every step,” he said in a series of statements on Friday.