President Donald Trump was active on Twitter Sunday morning, and one of his actions was to retweet a days-old gif depicting him hitting a golf ball that hits former opponent Hillary Clinton in her back. The woman in the clip doesn't appear to actually be the real Clinton being hit by a ball and falling into an airplane. The author of the gif edited a golf ball into the frame that hits Clinton in the back, making it look like that is the cause of her fall. "She lost the debates and lost her direction!" "The "deplorables" came back to haunt Hillary. She spent big money but, in the end, had no game!"
The first part of the video shows Trump, wearing tan slacks, a blue blazer and a red "Make America Great Again" hat teeing off on a golf course. Another shows Trump superimposed over arrows pointing up and dollar signs. "This will be 2020", the meme reads.
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Ozil certainly doesn't get in ahead of Hazard and I don't think many Arsenal fans would put him in ahead of Sanchez. It was special circumstances and you have to take that into consideration.
Later Sunday morning, Mr. Trump posted that he had "important meetings and calls" scheduled for the day, before retweeting two of his own posts from Friday about "loser terrorists" and the travel ban.
That's an apparent reference to Kim Jong-un, the North Korean dictator who has been escalating its nuclear ambitions with a series of missile launches and bomb tests that have led to condemnations from neighbors as well as the United Nations security council - which has stepped up sanctions in recent weeks.
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It improved, as 55 investors sold UNP shares while 509 reduced holdings. 85 funds opened positions while 152 raised stakes. Uss Investment Management Ltd increased Halliburton Co (HAL) stake by 42.78% reported in 2016Q4 SEC filing.
Mr. Trump tweeted that spoke with South Korean President Moon Jae-in last night, saying that he had asked the leader "how Rocket Man is doing".
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Finally, SRS Capital Advisors Inc. increased its holdings in shares of Coca-Cola Company (The) by 8.6% during the 1st quarter. It is positive, as 2 investors sold Coca-Cola European Partners plc Ordinary Shares shares while 0 reduced holdings.