U.S. President Donald Trump gestures as he arrives at Morristown municipal airport for a weekend at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster ahead of next week's United Nations General Assembly, New Jersey, U.S., September 15, 2017.
"Donald Trump's incredible golf swing", Mike noted of the edited clip, which also added a golf ball-sized object hitting Clinton in the back before her stumble. The original video of Clinton, from 2011, does not show a golf ball.
He retweeted the GIF, captioned "Donald Trump's awesome golf swing #CrookedHillary", from the account of a supporter whose profile identifies him as Mike from NY.
It's unclear why the president would choose this moment to mock Clinton, whom he defeated in the presidential election last November.
The recording is altered to influence it to seem like Clinton is hit in the back with a golf ball before her fall. They expressed their feelings loud and clear.
President Trump attends briefing in Florida
Trump said in brief remarks to reporters in Fort Myers , acknowledging that many had lost their homes in the destruction. His trip to Florida follows two earlier outings in which Trump reviewed Harvey recovery efforts in late August.
It's refreshing to have a politician in the White House that isn't afraid to crack a joke every once in a while.
Clinton, who has been giving a series of interviews promoting the book, responded to Trump's earlier criticism on Twitter with a suggestion that he read her earlier book, It Takes a Village, a picture book for children.
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.
A senior Democrat, US Representative Adam Schiff, said the golf ball retweet did not make him question Trump's recent outreach to Democrats, but it was disturbing.
"I have too little distance and too great a stake in it - instead this is my story".