Donald Trump retweets doctored GIF of his golf swing knocking down Hillary Clinton
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Donald Trump retweets doctored GIF of his golf swing knocking down Hillary Clinton


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President Donald Trump is a bit of a sore winner, and one of his recent retweets to his millions of followers indicates he's still boasting about the 2016 election victory.

On Sept. 17, Trump retweeted a GIF splicing together his golf swing and a doctored image of the ball from that swing striking Hillary Clinton in the back as she boards a plane and trips into the cabin.


It's humorous, particularly for Trump supporters, though it's probably something beneath the office of the President of the United States. Then again, every day seems like new territory with Trump, so who the hell knows what is acceptable to American voters anymore.

That said, the reaction from the left was staunch, including from California Representative Eric Swalwell, calling Trump an ass in a not-so-subtle tweet in response to an article showing the GIF.

Trump has tweeted similar crudely-made GIFs and videos in the past, including of him beating up the CNN logo or a Trump Train running over CNN. So, clearly this is something in Trump's wheelhouse. This was part of a morning tweetstorm touching on a variety of subjects, including a call Trump says he had with South Korean president Moon about North Korea.

Trump tweeted this image as he spent his 61st day as President at a Trump-owned golf club, spending time at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., ahead of the United Nations general assembly in New York.

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