There is no doubt that the primary voice of the Trump campaign is his Twitter account, but Trump's tendency to retweet white supremacists and fascists has gotten him in trouble in the past. That worrying trend surfaced again on the morning of July 2, when Donald tweeted out a Hillary Clinton campaign image—Clinton with the words "History Made"—over a background of cash and the words "Most Corrupt Candidate Ever" on a six-sided star. After two hours online, the tweet was suddenly deleted and replaced with a near-identical version.
That near-identical version, by the way, still had the star underneath it. This indicates that Trump's campaign didn't make the first image, but borrowed it from one of his many hard-right fans. (If Trump staffers had made the first image, they'd have been able to delete the star instead of awkwardly pasting over it.)
He just put the circle on top of the Star of David. You can still see its points. pic.twitter.com/PjNSp38T3X— southpaw (@nycsouthpaw) July 2, 2016