It was originally tweeted by political YouTuber and pro Trumper Jerry Travone - whose Twitter username is CNN IS FAKE NEWS, naturally.
President Trump followed his freaky re-tweet with a further attack on the media, claiming "fake news" outlets had misreported his speech to a rally in Phoenix, Arizona earlier this week.
The 4-photo meme was captioned: "The best eclipse ever".
Trump watched the celestial event from the White House with first lady Melania Trump and their son, Barron. "They just can't drive", Travone wrote.
In the anti-Semitic tweet, Travone was responding to a Sky News article titled "One in three Jews thinking of quitting UK" that analyzed a study done by the Campaign Against Anti-Semitism group.
Amid the excitement, eclipse jokes flooded social media - and some Trump critics shared a different version of the presidential eclipse. Williams showered Obama with praise in the piece, confessed "panic" and expressed a profound need for Obama to speak out against Trump's policies.More news: Android 8.0 Oreo release date, features
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The sun disappeared behind the moon in a rare total solar eclipse that was seen coast-to-coast across the United States for the first time in almost a century on Monday. Others chose to fight back, meme for meme.
The meme Trump retweeted.
Here's a screenshot of Trump's retweet, just in case, it is deleted later on and said that it had been "inadvertently posted".
The violence in the tweet drew comparisons with the death of activist Heather Heyer, who was run down by a white supremacist at Charlottesville.
President Trump sparked condemnation in July when he posted a freakish video on social media with him wrestling a man with a CNN logo superimposed in place of his head, followed by a logo saying "Fraud News Network".