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This Retweet May Have Just Ended the Trump Presidency UPDATE: CNN Panel Flabbergasted

President Donald Trump this morning retweeted a comment made to one of his tweets, which has created another firestorm of controversy with CNN, MSNBC, ABC, NBC, and other left wing media outlets.

CNN now has three headlines on their front page on blast about the “controversy” that President Donald Trump created by his retweet of the user’s video. CNN and the rest of the media are asserting that the President is contributing to “violence against women.” Since we all know Hillary is a Reptilian and they don’t ascribe to gender identity like the left does, we are at a loss as to why this point was even brought up.

One of CNN’s headlines directly blames President Trump for endorsing the aforementioned violence directed at women with their second headline: “Retweet doesn’t equal endorsement — unless you’re the President.”

Here is a screengrab of their homepage:

The offending retweet that is going to end the Trump Presidency has made its way around Twitter, it is now officially viral:

In case anyone was wondering, no, Trump did not actually hit Hillary Cllinton with a golf ball. Hillary Clinton fell as she was getting onto a plane in Yemen in 2011, long before Trump hit that golf ball:

It’s reportedly been 20 years since a U.S. Secretary of State traveled to Yemen, so all eyes were definitely on Hillary Clinton as she met with Yemeni President Ali Abdallah Saleh on Tuesday to discuss security issues.

Unfortunately for Clinton, the trip will likely be memorable for another reason — she took a very public tumble as she boarded her departing plane.

Shortly after turning to wave at the top of the steps, she tripped and fell to the floor as news cameras continued to roll. A flight attendant quickly turned the lights off as Clinton, who was unhurt, was helped to her feet.

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