Trump Mocks Clinton In Another Early-Morning Twitter Tirade
- Author: Megan Austin Sep 18, 2017,
Sep 18, 2017, 0:38
The tweet, which came as Trump prepares to head to NY for a critical round of powerhouse diplomacy with world leaders at the United Nations, followed a week during which Clinton reemerged in the spotlight as she promoted her new book, "What Happened", about the 2016 campaign, reviving her fiercest criticisms of Trump and his supporters and reigniting the debate about her stunning, unanticipated loss.
Lastly, Trump retweeted two of his own tweets, saying that, somehow, the US needs to find a way to cut terrorists off from the Internet, their main recruitment tool, and calling for a reinstatement of the travel ban after London's terrorist attack.
"Donald Trump's unbelievable golf swing", read the tweet, which was posted Wednesday.
Donald Trump's itchy Twitter finger has plunged the president into controversy again after he shared a clip depicting himself striking former opponent Hillary Clinton with a golf ball. In July, he posted a video to his account that showed him punching a physical representation of CNN in the face.
While some Twitter users praised Trump for his "sense of humour" following the golf ball retweet, others berated him. And frankly, I think they're a little off, too.
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He said: "Crooked Hillary Clinton blames everybody (and every thing) but herself for her election loss".
Trump attacked Clinton directly last Wednesday in a pair of Twitter posts.
He continued, "The one with Hillary Clinton, knocking her off with a golf ball, really and truly, this is the president of the United States? She spent big money but, in the end, had no game!".
White House spokeswomen did not respond to a request for comment.
It's not the first time Trump has come under fire for tweeting edited video in which he could be seen to be promoting violence.