People are wishing Hillary Clinton a happy birthday in a way that never gets old

October 16 marks the 72nd birthday of failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and she has been flooded with birthday wishes on social media.

Many have wished the former secretary of state and first lady a happy birthday by bringing perhaps her worst and most embarrassing tweet back to the surface for ridicule.

“Happy birthday to this future president,” Clinton wrote in 2016 along with a childhood picture of herself. The tweet dropped in the midst of her fight with Donald Trump for the White House.

The tweet says so little while also saying so much. Clinton felt so secure in her victory — and so entitled to it — that she thought this tweet was a good idea. In light of her election loss, the tweet is even more head-scratching than when it first dropped. What makes matters worse is that three years later, it remains up. People are having plenty of fun with that fact:

Clinton is not exactly the darling of the Democrat Party she used to be. While the Clintons have long been called out by Republicans, some high-profile Democrats seem to be getting a little tired of Hillary as well.

After being called a “Russian asset,” presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard tore Clinton’s “legacy” apart by essentially saying she is everything that is wrong with the current Democrat Party and political system — and she’s not wrong.

“Your foreign policy was a disaster for our country and the world. It’s time for you to acknowledge the damage you have caused and step down from your throne,” Gabbard said in an ad directed at Hillary.

“Real Time” host Bill Maher, who is always a reliable leftist and Trump-hater, has also slammed Hillary by saying that for the Democrats to have any success in the 2020 election, the Clintons need to disappear from the public eye.

“It seems like every few months, Hillary Clinton bubbles up again,” Maher said on his show on Friday evening. “And people are like, ‘Oh, she’s thinking about running.’ Or she says something crazy …”

“The Clintons, they’ve got to go away,” he continued.

“I’m saying this a year out,” he added. “They can’t be at the convention. Maybe on the video, waving or something, but I’m serious.”

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