There’s no other word for this but… pathetic.
While in front of a crowd in Chicago, the two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was asked by an NBC reporter what she would be for Halloween.
WATCH: Hillary Clinton joked that she would go as the president for Halloween. pic.twitter.com/JOMKUmWV0Y
— NBC News (@NBCNews) October 31, 2017
At first, Hillary played coy and pretended as if she had never pondered the question. Finally, she let out what she no doubt wanted to say all along.
“I think I will, maybe, come as the president,” Hillary quipped to an adoring crowd.
Her remark is especially telling and sad given Hillary’s antics since she was trounced by Donald Trump last November.
Always one to criticize the actual president, Hillary’s made a nuisance of herself using Twitter to chime in on policy and cultural matters with record speed. Unless of course, those matters include shady Uranium One deals or sleazy old-time friends like Hollywood perv Harvey Weinstein… in those cases, Hillary remains pretty quiet.
None-the-less, her Halloween presidential aspirations are particularly desperate in light of Hillary’s blame-game tour. Clinton has been busy showing off her career politician skills by touring the nation and blaming just about everybody for her loss – except herself.
All of this made Hillary’s Halloween dreams that much more irritating, or hilarious, depending on which way you looked at it:
— Marla Hohner (@marlahohner) October 31, 2017
This is the most accurate version of the Hillary Halloween costume. pic.twitter.com/KTgzmiXDdx
— Lord Single Malt (@Singlemaltfiend) October 31, 2017
? So Hillary you think your going as President for Halloween? President of what?Certainly not as this great President! ??? pic.twitter.com/WzZFMQk4QF
— Liz ??? (@busylizzie48) October 31, 2017
When asked what she was wearing on Halloween, Hillary said she would dress up as @POTUS. I know several states she wont trick or treat in.
— A Greater Country (@agreatercountry) October 31, 2017
— #TRUMPARMY ?? © (@Cleverfun66) October 31, 2017
— Ziv W (@Ziv_25) October 31, 2017
(it's maybe time to let it go tho maybe i'm just saying it's probably time) https://t.co/UOL2Cyi9Iu
— Kate Bennett (@KateBennett_DC) October 31, 2017
No, it’s definitely time.
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