Trump 'takes swing' at Clinton

When they aim low... we all aim low

Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.), for his attacks paving the way for Trump's "Crooked Hillary" campaign.

Novelist Stephen King questioned President Donald Trump's mental well-being after he tweeted a doctored animated image of Trump striking former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with a golf ball.

President Donald Trump started his Sunday with a Twitter frenzy.

A twitter handle named @kspainhome said: "The leader of our country is a bully who promotes this".

Trump last week had also posted demeaning comments on Hillary Clinton's book "What Happened" - her personal account of the U.S. 2016 presidential elections.

'The "deplorables" came back to haunt Hillary.

Women voted against me because they caved in to pressure from their husbands, fathers, boyfriends and male bosses.

'If you didn't like that book, try this one - some good lessons in here about working together to solve problems.

Palmieri pointed out that all through Clinton's life she's faced sexist adversity. The president was then lashed out at over what critics alleged were acts encouraging violence against media. "It got ugly and more than a little sexist".

The president then retweeted a tweet from a supporter who had replied to the Moon message saying "we love and support Trump!"

"Make it clear that we will do everything in our power to protect our allies, South Korea and Japan, including installing even more missile defence".

Clinton was the first female major party nominee. Bernie Sanders's single payer health care bill.

Trump has repeatedly posted critical tweets about his former 2016 presidential campaign rival.

"She is definitely still in the arena", Maddow said.

Another of the show's roundtable members, Republican strategist Ana Navarro, called the retweet childish. And so this 71-year-old should not be accepted.

Feinstein said the tweet was "appalling and disgusting".

"But what I think she is doing, it's not only about going back over the past, but it's a part of the continuing struggle that's taking place between Clinton-type supporters and Bernard and his supporters for the future of the Democratic Party". "So I was aware of the cross-currents, but I carried on in the way that I thought a presidential candidate should do".

'Grow up and do your job, ' the California Democrat added. The White House issued no immediate comment.

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