But many online were less amused when Trump retweeted a gif that had been edited to show him swinging a golf club and hitting a ball that then knocks over his former opponent Hillary Clinton in the next frame.
Retweeting this kind of misogynistic video might be below the standards of even this President.
Trump has not held back on roasting Hillary Clinton upon the release of her book and his retweet this morning only adds insult to injury.
"Donald Trump's awesome golf swing", Mike noted of the edited clip, which also added a golf ball-sized object hitting Clinton in the back before her stumble.
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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.
Mr Trump attacked Mrs Clinton directly on Wednesday in a series of posts on the social media site.
"The "deplorables" came back to haunt Hillary.They expressed their feelings loud and clear".
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This time, Mr Trump has retweeted a user with the Twitter name "CNN sucks".
White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said later that day that Clinton was pushing "false narratives" in the book. "She spent big money but, in the end, had no game!". And frankly, I think they're a little off, too.
Trump has repeatedly posted critical tweets about his former 2016 presidential campaign rival.
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