US President Donald Trump is again courting controversy on Twitter after retweeting a GIF that appears to show him hitting a golf ball into Hillary Clinton's back, causing her to fall over.
Clinton had been back on the Republican president's Twitter feed in recent days as she promoted "What Happened", her new book about the 2016 presidential campaign, with Trump resuming his campaign attack of "Crooked Hillary".
The retweet comes amid a number of tweets and retweets on Sunday, that included him referring to North Korean President Kim Jong Un as "Rocket Man," and one from "Trumpism 5.0" that shows a map of the U.S. with all the states in red.
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Keep it up Libs, this will be 2020, one meme read, showing a map of the United States that was all red.
The overall message from the Twitter spree seemed to be that the economy and military were getting stronger, which the president summed up with one of his own tweets.
Mr. Trump tweeted that spoke with South Korean President Moon Jae-in last night, saying that he had asked the leader "how Rocket Man is doing".
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Trump slammed Clinton over her new book earlier this week too, tweeting that she "blames everybody (and every thing) but herself for her election loss".
In another tweet, Trump kept up his trolling by apparently referring to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as "rocket man". The Trump Administration never apologized for that clip, which was derived from the president's appearance on a wrestling show. "Gab.ai" is a social network popular with the alt-right.
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