President Trump hitting Hillary Clinton with a golf ball in a GIF

President Trump hitting Hillary Clinton with a golf ball in a GIFPresident Trump and Hillary Clinton

President Donald Trump retweeted an video Sunday morning that demonstrated him swinging a golf club and seeming to hit his previous presidential campaign equal Hillary Clinton with a golf ball.

The vivified GIF picture Trump retweeted joined together film of Trump taking a swing on a golf course with film of Clinton stumbling and falling as she loaded onto a plane in 2011 as secretary of state.

The recording is altered to influence it to seem like Clinton is hit in the back with a golf ball before her fall.

The tweet uncovered a President as yet returning to his old online networking propensities, to be specific, those prone to gain him speedy feedback, under two months after resigned Gen. John Kelly assumed control as White House head of staff.

While Kelly has not tried to prevent Trump from tweeting, he has urged the President to enable him to vet the tweets previously posting them – a demand Trump has once in a while submitted to.

The White House did not instantly react to a demand for input Sunday about the President’s tweet and whether Kelly knew about it.

A representative for Hillary Clinton declined to remark on the tweet.

The tweet, which came as Trump gets ready to make a beeline for New York for a basic round of powerhouse strategy with world pioneers at the United Nations, took after seven days amid which Clinton reemerged in the spotlight as she advanced her new book, “What Happened,” about the 2016 battle, restoring her fiercest reactions of Trump and his supporters and reigniting the verbal confrontation about her shocking, unforeseen misfortune.

Trump hammered Clinton over her new book prior this week as well, tweeting that she “accuses everyone (and everything) except herself for her decision misfortune.”

Trump’s Sunday morning Twitter post was one of more than about six supporters’ tweets the President retweeted Sunday before 8:30 a.m.

Those different tweets incorporated a picture anticipating Trump would win each state for reelection in 2020, another demonstrating Trump pulling US organizations that have outsourced producing abroad and a tweet guaranteeing that “exclusive genuine Americans can see that president Trump is making America extraordinary.”

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