USA president Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to take a swing at his rival Hillary Clinton. A fake CNN logo then appears on the screen reading “FNN: Fraud News Network”. The memes were combined in order to make it seem as if Clinton fell because Trump’s golf ball hit her in the back.
“Donald Trump’s fantastic golf swing #CrookedHillary“, the caption of the video reads. The California senator said all Americans should be offended by the “vindictive and candidly risky messages” the president sends. In an interview with CNN Wednesday, Clinton suggested that it was time to do away with the electoral college, which is the reason she lost the presidency while winning the popular vote.
She continued to push the idea that sexism, and sexist voters, were one of the main causes for her defeat.
The New York Times White House correspondent, Glen Thrush posted a tweet dripping in sarcasm. Trump aides have said in the past that his tweets “speak for themselves”.
Rep. Adam Schiff said: “It is distressing to have a President who will tweet and re-tweet things as juvenile as that”.
“This president, and some of the people around him, pose a clear and present danger to this country”. He is quick to challenge or criticize anything that undercuts that premise.
A person, who voted for Trump, bashed Clinton by explaining: “Awesomeness!”
In an author’s note on the book, Mrs Clinton says: “I don’t have all the answers and this isn’t a comprehensive account of the 2016 race – that’s not for me to write”.
The book details Clinton’s perspective of the campaign, explaining her team’s strategy and why she believes she lost to Donald Trump in a race nearly all observers predicted she would win easily. They did not target Clinton or Trump.
Many condemned President Trump’s promotion of violent imagery towards Hillary Clinton, who has also been a former first lady. “She lost the debates and lost her direction!”
‘Once it was over, it was over and I quickly endorsed President Obama, ‘ she said of her experience in 2008 during an interview for the Pod Save America podcast.
Women voted against me because they caved in to pressure from their husbands, fathers, boyfriends and male bosses.
In the end, it’s that kind of language that causes irreparable damage, drawing enemy lines where they should not be, and making her no better than the blame-shifting President now in office.