Here's What Trump And Clinton Voters Watch

The president has previously taken to Twitter to retweet animations, including one that depicted him pummeling a figure with a CNN logo superimposed on his head.

Clinton has heavily criticised Trump recently while promoting her new book, What Happened, which deals with her 2016 election defeat.

The animated GIF image Trump retweeted spliced together footage of Trump taking a swing on a golf course with footage of Clinton tripping and falling as she boarded a plane in 2011 as secretary of state.

But, this isn't the first time Trump has trolled Democrats on Twitter.

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"Donald Trump's incredible golf swing #CrookedHillary", the tweet read.

Trump slammed Clinton over her new book earlier this week too, tweeting that she "blames everybody (and every thing) but herself for her election loss".

"We can not normalize this kind of behavior from the president of the United States", she said.

Trump voters draw a stark contrast with Clinton voters in what they watch, eschewing programs that make fun of religious practices or outright attack the administration in the pursuit of a laugh.

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Referring to Mrs Clinton's past description of some Trump supporters, he later tweeted: "The "deplorables" came back to haunt Hillary".

The White House has criticised the book, with spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders calling it "sad" that the last chapter of Mrs Clinton's public life will be defined by selling books with "false and reckless attacks". They expressed their feelings loud and clear.

In the ensuing social media frenzy, CNN issued a statement denouncing Trump's decision to tweet the video.

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