Trump retweets GIF of him hitting Clinton with golf ball
Sep 17 2017 by Desiree Burns
Though Trump had been uncharacteristically silent on Twitter as of late, a spate of freaky tweets Sunday morning suggested a return to form for the president's controversial social media tendencies.
Just before 8:30 AM this morning, following a series of tweets and retweets, President Trump made a decision to retweet an animated GIF originally posted four days ago by a user going by the screen name 'Fuctupmind'.
President Trump retweeted on Sunday an edited video of him whacking a golf ball that strikes Hillary Clinton in the back and knocks her down.
"Donald Trump's unbelievable golf swing", Mike noted of the edited clip, which also added a golf ball-sized object hitting Clinton in the back before her stumble. The woman in the clip doesn't appear to actually be the real Clinton being hit by a ball and falling into an airplane. The author of the gif edited a golf ball into the frame that hits Clinton in the back, making it look like that is the cause of her fall. After all, he has been criticized multiple times as having golfed more in his first 8 months as President as Obama had in his entire 8 years. Discuss in the comments section below.
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He followed that up with a retweet of a red electoral map with text reading: "keep it up Libs", and "This will be 2020". "I spoke with President Moon of South Korea last night".
In another tweet, Trump kept up his trolling by apparently referring to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as "rocket man". He then retweeted an image of a train wearing a giant Make America Great Again hat. "His Twitter bio is filled with the hastags "#Trump.
His profile also includes a link to his account on Gab.ai, a growing social media site championing free speech that has become a favorite of some of the white nationalists Twitter has banned for harassment or hate speech.