Photo of horrified Hillary in East Harlem housing project is gift that keeps on giving!

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Hillary Clinton‘s horrified expression said it all as she toured a run down East Harlem housing project for the elderly.

The Democrat presidential front-runner visited the New York City Housing Authority-run Corsi Houses which have a history of mold, leaks and various other issues, according to the New York Post.

“I wanted to come here to really make a very strong plea that we do more when I am president to help the people who live in developments like this,” the former secretary of state said of her visit.

She vowed to “fight for” the people who are in the houses, as New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito gave her a tour of the second floor apartment, the Post reported.

“I will do everything I can as your president to remember what needs to be done here in the city that I love, that is the greatest city in the world,” she told the cheering crowd.

But a picture of Clinton’s face as she toured the apartment said something more like “OMG is this how the peasants live? Get me out of here.”

Twitter users had a lot of fun captioning it as well.

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