Trump takes on North Korea, Hillary Clinton in series of tweets

Remigio Civitarese
Settembre 17, 2017

President Donald Trump was active on Twitter Sunday morning, and one of his actions was to retweet a days-old gif depicting him hitting a golf ball that hits former opponent Hillary Clinton in her back. Someone animated it to look like a golf ball pegged Clinton in the back to make her fall.

Those other tweets included an image predicting Trump would win every state for reelection in 2020, another showing Trump hauling U.S. companies that have outsourced manufacturing overseas and a tweet claiming that "only true Americans can see that president Trump is making America great".

Over the map are the words "keep it up Libs This will be 2020", apparently referring to a Republican landslide in the next presidential election.

After tweeting about North Korea, the president then appeared to shift to addressing his supporters directly, retweeting posts including one showing a cartoon of Trump hauling goods like Oreos, a Ford automobile and coal across a body of water. "Too bad", the president wrote. He tweeted that he spoke with South Korean President Moon Jae-in about "Rocket Man", an apparent reference to North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. The Trump Administration never apologized for that clip, which was derived from the president's appearance on a wrestling show.

"Donald Trump's awesome golf swing #CrookedHillary", the tweet read.

Clinton, who has been giving a series of interviews promoting the book, responded to Trump's earlier criticism on Twitter with a suggestion that he read her earlier book, "It Takes a Village", a picture book for children.

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