What Happened to Hillary Clinton

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It shows Trump teeing off on a golf course, and superimposes an image of the ball striking Clinton in the back as she boards an airplane.

It's unclear why the president would choose this moment to mock Clinton, whom he defeated in the presidential election last November.

In an interview on NBC News' "Meet The Press", the Vermont Independent bristled at suggestions in Clinton's new book, "What Happened", that Sanders's supporters may have undermined Clinton's presidential bid.

A controversial GIF retweeted by US President Donald Trump is making headlines throughout the world.

In her latest book "What happened", which will hit the bookstores this week, Clinton, the 67th US Secretary of State, appeared to be very critical of Trump. "And again, not just me, but Miss Universe contestants and Republican women who dared to run against him and interviewers who questioned him".

The White House has not commented on the retweet or whether Kelly was aware of it.

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".

Those other tweets included an image predicting President Trump would win every state for reelection in 2020, another showing President Trump hauling USA companies that have outsourced manufacturing overseas and a tweet claiming that "only true Americans can see that President Trump is making America great".

Trump also reasserted that "the travel ban into the United States should be far larger, tougher and specific", retweeting his internationally-criticized take this week.

'We continue to investigate and will continue to work with the relevant investigative authorities, ' a Facebook spokesman said.

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said she will not leave politics or the public eye, although she won't be running for elected office. Long gas lines forming in North Korea.

"No, I don't", Clinton responded.

"I kept waiting for the "aha" moment", she said, where Trump's officials would call in knowledgeable experts who could inform them on the issues, though she said the moment has yet to come. Her uninspiring positions and campaign cost her, not Sanders, Jill Stein or non-voters.

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