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On Twitter, Clinton Campaign Tells Trump: 'Delete Your Account'

Tweets directly from Clinton are signed "-H," but Thursday's tweet was not signed

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    Minutes after getting the endorsement of the president Thursday, Hillary Clinton's Twitter account had a message for Republican Donald Trump: “Delete your account.” 

    The tweet was a response to Trump’s reaction to President Barack Obama’s endorsement of the former secretary of state.

    “Obama just endorsed Crooked Hillary. He wants four more years of Obama--but nobody else does!” Trump tweeted shortly after Clinton’s campaign released the president’s video endorsement. 

    The tweet from Clinton's account was fired off almost immediately. It is now her most retweeted — with nearly 200,000 retweets. It was also favorited more than 210,000 times. 

    According to the account, tweets directly from Clinton are signed "-H." Thursday's tweet was not signed. 

    Trump, who uses Twitter to make statements and to attack others, did not take lightly to the directive. 

    “How long did it take your staff of 823 people to think that up--and where are your 33,000 emails that you deleted?” he shot back in a response.

    There was no response from Clinton to Trump's latest tweet. 

    Clinton's next most retweeted tweet was her announcement for her bid to run for president in April 2015. It was retweeted more than 99,000 times.