It’s fair to start wondering if losing to President Donald Trump had long-term psychological effects on Hillary Clinton, as the failed 2016 Democratic presidential nominee accompanied this year’s Christmas greeting with an image of when the Clintons resided at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
“Merry Christmas to everyone celebrating today!” Clinton tweeted, along with an image of the family in the White House when husband Bill Clinton was president.
Merry Christmas to everyone celebrating today! pic.twitter.com/J1htJS8G46
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) December 25, 2018
There’s been some speculation about Hillary mounting a 2020 presidential run, and she has been coy about the idea.
But it’s pretty pathetic to see her so desperately clinging to presidential days gone by.
And while Clinton received plenty of good wishes, the tweet prompted plenty of reactions online from those who remember the ghosts of Christmases past. Like Benghazi.
Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:
Witches celebrate Christmas?
— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) December 25, 2018
Back When Mens’ Pants Fit
— Bijan C. Bayne (@bijancbayne) December 26, 2018
Wow. A Picture taken in a room you’ll never be in again.
— Ryne Mccarthy (@RyneMccarthy) December 26, 2018
Which intern is that? Looks like Bill is hot for her!
— Olen for CityCouncil (@OlenIII) December 26, 2018
A Very Merry Christmas to you, Bill and Chelsea. pic.twitter.com/6kMGhSPGms
— Derik Van Derbeken (@derikv) December 26, 2018
Grandma lives in the past….
— Gina Genochio (@GinaGenochio) December 26, 2018
. She loses a election. Sour Grape of 2016 and 2017. Mrs Sour Grape International
— The Hippie Guy (@VWSFire) December 26, 2018
Then she took a nap. ✔️
— Stork of Justice (@BugerVon) December 26, 2018
She really needs therapy to help her get over this lose.
— Patricia Reffner (@pattyreffner) December 26, 2018
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