Donald Trump hits back at Clinton, with a golf ball, on Twitter

Donald Trump hits back at Clinton, with a golf ball, on Twitter

Donald Trump hits back at Clinton, with a golf ball, on Twitter

Trump also retweeted a Bloomberg Technology article published August 17 in which a financial analyst estimated that Twitter's market value would fall by up to $2 billion if the president were to stop tweeting.

The GIF splices clips of Trump swinging a golf club and Clinton falling after appearing to be struck in the back by a golf ball. The original video of Clinton, from 2011, does not show a golf ball. On the other hand, if a viewer likes to watch shows that depict traditional family values and programs that have strong male leads who often do the right thing, that person likely voted for President Donald Trump. Clinton has heavily criticised Trump recently while promoting her new book, What Happened, which deals with her 2016 election defeat. She lost the debates and lost her direction!

The tweet stoked outrage online, generating more than 11,000 replies, many of which condemned the president's promotion of violent imagery toward Mrs. Clinton, who, as a former first lady, has lifetime Secret Service protection. They expressed their feelings loud and clear.

The tweet revealed a President still reverting to his old social media habits, namely, those likely to earn him quick criticism, less than two months after retired Gen. John Kelly took over as White House chief of staff.

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David Urban, a former Trump campaign adviser, was dismissive on CNN's "State of the Union".

A senior Democrat, U.S. Representative Adam Schiff, said the retweet did not make him question Trump's recent outreach to Democrats but was disturbing.

President Trump's official Twitter account shared a number of tweets Sunday morning, mocking his opponents, trumpeting his work, and restating his positions held this week on the travel ban and "loser terrorists".

"I have too little distance and too great a stake in it - instead this is my story".

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