Hillary Clinton Slammed On Social Media After Stealing Joke From Comedian

Hillary Clinton Slammed On Social Media After Stealing Joke From Comedian
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Failed former Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was slammed on social media after tweeting out a joke she stole from a late-night comedian which attempted to mock President Trump's recent diplomatic victories. As The Daily Wire reports:

On Sunday afternoon, the two-time loser posted a “letter” on Twitter, purportedly from President John K. Kennedy to then-USSR premier Nikita Khrushchev.

 

The fake letter was intended to ridicule President Trump, who reportedly wrote to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan after announcing the U.S. would pull troops out of Syria. In the letter dated Oct. 9, Trump told Erdogan: “Don’t be a tough guy. Don’t be a fool!”...

Except that she stole the gag from a recent episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Word for word...


Unsurprisingly social media users were not amused by Clinton's weak attempt at humor. 
 

Clinton, who is still all over the airwaves nearly three years after her humiliating loss in the 2016 presidential election, has become increasingly delusional.


Hillary has been trying her best to stay politically relevant, but pathetic stunts like this are only likely to convince more Americans that she's a failed has been who's desperate for attention.
 Source: American Update

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