Hillary thought it’d be a good idea to troll Comey for using Gmail on the job…she should’ve thought harder

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The latest lack of self-awareness award is presented to Hillary Clinton.

The failed Democratic presidential candidate attempted a smug response to a bombshell report Thursday from the Department of Justice’s internal watchdog.

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Among other revelations in the Inspector General’s much-anticipated report on the FBI’s investigation of Clinton’s use of a private email server when serving as secretary of state, was the finding that fired FBI director James Comey had used a personal Gmail account to conduct official agency business.

Clinton tweeted a three-word reaction in her attempt to troll Comey.

Comey had immediately rebutted the report in an op-ed published Thursday in The New York Times where he stated that “nothing in the inspector general’s report makes me think we did the wrong thing.”

Clinton’s bitter tweet was not a good look for the woman who apparently still believes she should be above the law.

Twitter users reacted to her slam of Comey by telling Clinton she should simply “zip it.”

 

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