Donald Trump lets loose on 'Rocket Man' Kim, 'Crooked Hillary'

Cheryl Sanders
September 19, 2017

"They were running anti-immigrant, anti-me, anti-Hillary Clinton demonstrations", she said.

President Donald Trump on Sunday morning retweeted a number of internet memes, including an altered video that shows him driving a golf ball into the back of Hillary Clinton.

It comes during Clinton's press tour for her new book What Happened, which details her crushing defeat in the 2016 election campaign.

Donald Trump lets loose on 'Rocket Man' Kim, 'Crooked Hillary'

Hillary said: "Writing this wasn't easy: every day that I was a candidate for president I knew that millions of people were counting on me, and I couldn't bear the idea of letting them down".

US President Donald Trump seems to be taking (golf) shots at his former rival Hillary Clinton.

CNN reported: "The Twitter user Trump retweeted, @Fuctupmind, frequently posts pro-Trump messages and memes, but has also used the platform to disparage transgender individuals and Jews". "I mean, what we're finding out about Facebook, the largest site for news in the world, means we gotta figure out how that won't work to our disadvantage". As USA Today reports, Hillary is attaching the blame to Bernie Sanders for paving the way for Trump.

Appearing Thursday on The Rachel Maddow Show, Clinton said Facebook has 'just begun to own up.

Responding to a question, Clinton called for a full-court diplomatic effort against North Korea.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a rally at Broward College in Coconut Creek, Florida, on October 25, 2016. Gross pointed out that many Democrats want a mulligan on the 2016 election because of Russia's allegedly outsized role in that contest.

"The Japanese are not for long going to leave their defence against this aggressor in North Korea to us, when they can't really rely on Trump's understanding of our promises", she said.

"In my view, Chuck, what we need to do is to reach out to Independents".

Had Clinton proposed government help for miners whose job loss was unavoidable, her statement might not have stung.

Clinton said that if she had lost to another Republican other than Trump, she "would have felt bad" and wouldn't be worrying about the future of the U.S.

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