The president retweeted an edited video of himself over the weekend, in which he hits a golf ball that knocks over his rival Hillary Clinton.
Former Clinton spokesperson Jen Palmieri, in an appearance on MSNBC on Monday, said that President Trump was promoting violence against women when he retweeted an edited video of himself hitting a golf ball that knocks down Hillary Clinton.
“I thought it was both appalling, and it was very revealing about his state of mind,” she said.
Palmieri charged Trump with “promoting violence against women” with the tweet.
The Democratic operative then compared the retweet to Trump crowds that called for Clinton’s arrest, saying that they both portrayed harming women as “a positive thing.”
This is the video that Trump retweeted:
— CNN SUCKS (@Fuctupmind) September 14, 2017
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