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.
The video then shows a golf ball smacking Clinton in the back as she enters an airplane, toppling her.More news: Capital International Inc. CA Buys Shares of 30400 Barrick Gold Corporation (ABX)
"Donald Trump's awesome golf swing", Mike noted of the edited clip, which also added a golf ball-sized object hitting Clinton in the back before her stumble.
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.More news: Japan to play a bigger role in development of NE
Trump drew media criticism in July when he retweeted a gif of himself wrestling Vince McMahon to the ground with the CNN logo superimposed over his head.
Trump also retweeted a story from Bloomberg about Trump being worth an estimated $2 billion to Twitter, referred to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un as "Rocket Man", and wrote it was his "great honor" to donate $1 million to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.More news: Seoul, US agree on 'stronger, more practical' pressure on Pyongyang
"Important meetings and calls scheduled for today", Trump tweeted. "Long gas lines forming in North Korea".
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