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Hillary Clinton is now doing impressions as part of her campaign act.
The Democratic front-runner did her impersonation of Donald Trump during a speech in Kentucky on Monday. Imagining a general election debate question, Clinton launched into an awkward impression of the presumptive Republican nominee answering a question on creating jobs.
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) May 16, 2016
Needless to say, the social media reviews are in.
— StarStuddedStatik ® (@statik310) May 16, 2016
— iwalkinthelite (@Jack2965) May 16, 2016
— Hugh Finster (@hugh_finster) May 16, 2016
— george (@realanchorbaby) May 16, 2016
— JimBrOH (@TrumpOH2016) May 16, 2016
@CNN @vine This is what she sounds like without a teleprompter
— Neil Anblo (@NeilAnblo) May 16, 2016
@CNN @vine super funny.. Since Trump actually has created jobs and she voted to send out overseas…
— Rai (@rai_michelle93) May 16, 2016
@CNN possibly the worst impression in the history of impressions.If you’re gonna do it, you’d better atleast be good at it.
— ILoveTrump (@onlyXknives) May 16, 2016
@CNN Why does Clinton always look like she is wearing curtains and window coverings
— Shawn Wilson (@Willie1Shawn) May 16, 2016
@CNN @vine Hmmm… imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, aint that so, Hillary??!
— Alanna Lockhart (@Zudaheda) May 16, 2016
@CNN @vine That’s a very painful impression to watch. I’m sure this alone cost her 10% in polls.
— @Supercoolpanda (@Supercoolpanda) May 16, 2016
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