From ‘almost president’ to peddling this stupid T-shirt, Hillary keeps sinking

She should know.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton took to social media to promote the sale of “Nasty Woman” T-shirts to support Canadian-American comedian, political commentator and late night host Samantha Bee‘s fundraiser on behalf of Planned Parenthood.

Her tweet included a link to a website where the shirt can be purchased for $25.

“By getting this exclusive ‘Nasty Woman’ shirt, you’re joining Samantha Bee and countless other smart, fearless women and men in supporting Planned Parenthood Advocacy Project Los Angeles County, standing up for women’s (aka, human) rights and helping to pave the way for a brighter future,” the description says. “This is such an incredible time in our country’s history. Don’t you want to look back on it with pride, knowing that you helped make a difference? We do! Join us and let’s make it happen.”

“Nasty Woman” was a poem actress Ashley Judd read at the Women’s March on Washington, D.C. held January 21 — one day after the presidential inauguration. It could be marked as the beginning of the “resist” movement against President Donald Trump.

Clinton has been referred to the original “nasty woman” after Trump accused her of that at the last presidential debate, and Bee thanked Clinton for her support.

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Reaction on social media was swift — beginning with the negative image “nasty woman” portrays.

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What was Clinton thinking? wondered one person. He later realized that the “nasty woman” image was probably appropriate after all.

Author and media analyst Mark Dice saw Clinton’s T-shirt promotion as a fall from power — from presidential candidate to snake oil saleswoman.

And another saw Clinton’s tweet as an opportunity for a little Photoshopping.

Inevitably, one still wanted to argue the election results.

But it all came down to the beneficiary of the promotion — Planned Parenthood itself.

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