Politics Trump retweets video of him hitting a golf ball at Hillary Clinton in early Sunday morning Twitter spree

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President Donald Trump started his Sunday morning at his private club in Bedminster, New Jersey with a Twitter spree, posting or retweeting 15 tweets from 7:40 a.m. to 9:05 a.m.

He posted about talking to the South Korean president, calling Kim Jong Un "Rocket Man", campaigning for a Republican attorney general candidate in Michigan, and retweeted several pro-Trump Twitter accounts that had shared images of him bringing jobs back to the US, "making America great again", or attacking The New York Times.

One of the tweets Trump retweeted was a fake GIF of him hitting a golf ball at former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who has been on a book tour promoting her memoir of "What Happened" during the 2016 campaign:

Trump has often retweeted or responded to random Twitter accounts praising him before. It has caused some controversy in the past, such as when he retweeted a fake bot account that was later suspended.

The overall message from the Twitter spree seemed to be that the economy and military were getting stronger, which the president summed up with one of his own tweets.

"Important meetings and calls scheduled for today," Trump tweeted. "Military and economy are getting stronger by the day, and our enemies know it."

To top it all off, Trump retweeted a Bloomberg story where an analyst estimated the president was worth $2 billion to Twitter.

Here are the rest of the tweets from Sunday morning:

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