The tweet followed a week where Hillary Clinton returned to the spotlight after the publication of her book, What Happened, in which she gave her perspective of the 2016 presidential campaign.
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. The "deplorables" came back to haunt Hillary. "She spent big money but, in the end, had no game!".
When pressed on why the president may have retweeted a doctored image showing him physically hurting the former secretary of state, former Trump adviser David Urban stressed that his scandal-prone boss was not necessarily endorsing violence against Clinton. Three were from an account called "Trumpism 5.0", which included a train "wearing" a "Make America Great Again" hat. Another shows Trump superimposed over arrows pointing up and dollar signs. "This will be 2020", the meme reads.
Trump attacked Clinton directly last Wednesday in a pair of Twitter posts.
That's an apparent reference to Kim Jong-un, the North Korean dictator who has been escalating its nuclear ambitions with a series of missile launches and bomb tests that have led to condemnations from neighbors as well as the United Nations security council - which has stepped up sanctions in recent weeks.
Boris Johnson and Michael Gove revive Brexit 'dream team'
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