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. Clinton's new memoir What Happened enumerates ways in which Trump's campaign allegedly allowed Russian Federation to meddle in the 2016 election, and has topped Amazon's bestseller list.
White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said later that day that Clinton was pushing "false narratives" in the book.
Just before 8:30 AM this morning, following a series of tweets and retweets, President Trump chose to retweet an animated GIF originally posted four days ago by a user going by the screen name 'Fuctupmind'.
A spokesperson for Hillary Clinton declined to comment on the tweet.
Perera helps World XI level series 1-1
The series is locked at 1-1 with Pakistan winning the first match by 20 runs while World XI won the second game by 7 wickets. Malik in particular was in stupendous form, smacking three sixes in a quickfire innings of 39 runs off just 23 deliveries.
Trump attacked Clinton directly last Wednesday in a pair of Twitter posts. "Too bad!", the president tweet.
Trump's Sunday morning Twitter post was one of more than about six supporters' tweets the President retweeted Sunday before 8:30 a.m.
"We can not normalize this kind of behavior from the president of the United States", she said.
The president was in a seemingly playful mood as he conveyed to the world that ha had spoken with South Korean President Moon Jae In and "asked him how Rocket Man is doing", presumably referring to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The session comes at a time when the United States is on the cusp of crucial foreign policy decisions: North Korea continues to provoke by firing missiles over Japan, and Mr. Trump plans to refine his overall strategy on Iran.
Trump's retweeting spree also came on the heels of a week during which he drew criticism from pockets of his political base as he signaled he was close to a deal with Democrats to protect undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children, known as "Dreamers", from deportation in exchange for border security measures but not funding for the border wall at the center of his campaign.