"Nobody trolls Current Trump better than Past Trump," one Twitter user wrote.
Julian Assange took to Twitter to respond to the "alleged" messages, claiming that he could not confirm them and that WikiLeaks "did not keep such records".
The revelation comes as the UK parliament launches its own investigation into Russian interference in British politics and the Brexit vote.
The former FBI director tweeted about truth, lies and justice in what many took as a subtweet to the US president's recent criticism.
"I swear, I thought I was reading a tweet from a troll account," one Twitter user wrote. Another added: "All that's missing is 'Dear Diary...' at the beginning."
"Careful walking in case those bone spurs flare up," one person tweeted.
"Find you a man who looks at you the way Donald Trump looks at Vladimir Putin," one Twitter user wrote.
The Facebook CEO travelled to dozens of states across America as part of his ambitious 2017 resolution to meet and talk to people in every US state.
The White House said a formal meeting has not been scheduled but they might "bump into each other and say hello."
Jason Kessler, the organiser of the Charlottesville rally, earlier called the slain protester Heather Heyer a "fat, disgusting communist".
Ryanair has celebrated another record month for traffic in October 2017, but passengers on Twitter were unimpressed by the news.
Kessler deleted his Twitter account in August after tweeting that the slain protester's death was "payback time".
Looking back at the tumultuous year gone by, Twitter has erupted with memes comparing "Me on election day in 2016 vs Me on election day in 2017".
After a successful trial, all Twitter users now have the ability to use 280 characters in each tweet. This is how US President Donald Trump is using the new tool.
Ferrero confirmed the "adjustment" to Nutella's recipe but said its taste and quality remained the same.