President Trump retweets Obama meme, attacks Ryan, McConnell and Clapper on Twitter

Donald Trump left with Barack Obama at the former's inauguration in January | Mandel Ngan  AFP via Getty Images

Donald Trump left with Barack Obama at the former's inauguration in January | Mandel Ngan AFP via Getty Images

It appears that the Twitter user who Trump re-tweeted also has some interesting thoughts about the Jews.

The photo shows a picture of Trump superimposed on a black and white picture of Obama.

It came after Trump tweeted to say a legislative "mess" could have been avoided if Republican congressional leaders had followed his advice to tie debt ceiling legislation to a veterans affairs bill.

Mr Travone describes himself on Twitter as a YouTube actor, political junkie and "Proud Trump supporter".

Trump and his family viewed the eclipse, which reached 80 percent totality in DC, from the White House.

"We have enough of these jews where I live lol someone else take them".

Trump retweeted the meme at 8:33 a.m. Trump is, indeed, a literal eclipse of Obama: The darkness that blocked out the light. Perhaps Trump is trying to hint that he is about to shed his human costume and return to his home dimension, thus making Mike Pence president?

Earlier this month, just a day after belatedly condemning white supremacists over the deadly Charlottesville riot, the President chose to retweet - then delete - an offensive cartoon by a far-right activist.

US President Trump on Thursday got in on the meme game on social media and targeted former President Barack Obama in a post.

"Donald Trump Rtd me, so he agrees", Holden wrote, confirming that he was calling Trump a "fascist". "So what it is, is the infrastructure is so bad in New Jersey on that one stretch, and I was trying to bring up the fact that Donald Trump's, our president's, infrastructure bill, if it gets passed, it would be such an unbelievable thing for that section".

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