Trump campaign savagely trolls 'Future President' Hillary Clinton on her 72nd birthday using her own tweet from 2016
The former secretary of state who is reportedly rumored to be attempting a 2020 bid celebrated her 72nd birthday on Saturday, October 26
POTUS Donald Trump's campaign team threw some shade at two-times failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on her 72nd birthday.
They reminded her of a 2016 tweet that featured a picture of her as a child along with the caption, "Happy Birthday to this future president."
The former secretary of state who is reportedly rumored to be attempting a 2020 bid celebrated her 72nd birthday on Saturday, October 26.
Many social media users took to wishing her and reminded Hillary of the tweet that she had tweeted to herself before the 2016 election. The 2016 tweet read, "Happy birthday to this future president". Less than two weeks after her post, Trump won the election.
Clearly, the Trump team did not allow the message to fade away and his campaign's official Twitter account reminded Hillary of her historic defeat. Team Trump also shared a 39-second video that showed the CNN coverage of the results.
It then ended with, "Hillary Clinton has called Donald Trump to concede the race".
We had previously reported that Clinton seemed to throw some shade at Trump while giving a speech at Elijah Cummings' funeral in Baltimore on Friday, October 25.
Clinton made a biblical dig at Trump in a comment about Cummings standing up to the "corrupt leadership of King Ahab and Queen Jezebel".
Her speech drew a lot of applause in the church. She then made another comment about living without the "fear" of our leaders. Two former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton were present at the funeral.
However, her speech at Cummings' funeral was slammed by Fox contributor Tammy Bruce. Bruce shared that Hillary was "out of touch" with fellow Americans.
"So this needs to be, and I believe it to be President Trump's election, one signal of a long-term reformation. And it is really this pathological refusal to accept that now the American people have accepted it," she shared.
"We are going to have another election, which is where we're going to be able to make our choices. But whether it's the impeachment or Hillary's behavior, you're seeing a level of confusion and collapse throughout the system," Bruce added.