Trump Mocks Hillary Clinton in Tweet after She Ruled out 2020 Presidential Run

Although they are no longer adversaries in the Presidential elections, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton don't seem willing to back down from bickering with each other.

On Tuesday, March 5, 2019, the United States President decided to react to Clinton's claim that she would not be running for President in the 2020 elections.

With a very sarcastic tone, the 72-year-old mogul took to his official Twitter account to hint that it was a shame that he wouldn't have the opportunity to run against her again.

Donald Trump during the 2019 State of the Union address | Photo: Getty Images

Donald Trump during the 2019 State of the Union address | Photo: Getty Images

MOCKING CLINTON'S DECISION

The former Secretary of State still stated that she would continue "working and speaking and standing up" for what she believes in.

According to Trump, Clinton "will be sorely missed," but the President didn't go an hour without obtaining a response from the former Secretary of State herself.

USING POP CULTURE AS A WEAPON

Instead of using words, however, Clinton, who has been on tour with her husband, former U.S. President Bill Clinton, opted for a GIF from the famous movie "Mean Girls."

The GIF featured Regina George, a character from the movie played by actress Rachel McAdams, saying her classic line: "Why are you so obsessed with me?"

The funny tweet was positively received by Clinton's supporters, who considered it the "best tweet of 2019." Other users, such as Roland Scahill, mocked Trump for not knowing how to use GIFs in his tweets.

But although Clinton won't be running for President in 2020, the former Secretary of State still stated that she would continue "working and speaking and standing up" for what she believes in.

Hillary Clinton during her "What Happened" book tour in Vancouver, Canada | Photo: Getty Images

Hillary Clinton during her "What Happened" book tour in Vancouver, Canada | Photo: Getty Images

A LONG HISTORY OF BICKERING

This wasn't the first time, however, that Clinton responded to a tweet from Trump. Back in February, the 71-year-old wrote: "Now copy my plan on health care, a fairer tax system, and voting rights."

The tweet served as a response to Trump, who allegedly stole Clinton's 2016 Presidential campaign slogan "Stronger Together." Still, the President clapped back by saying that she could have her slogan back if she ran for President in 2020.