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"What did Hil―what did President Clinton".
Hillary Clinton didn't get to be president in real life - so how about for Halloween? As Business Insiderreported, conservative news commentators and former Trump staffers have recently gotten into the odd habit of accidentally calling Clinton President Clinton - or referring to the Clinton administration.
"What did President Clinton - uh, I mean, President Clinton wannabe, President Obama", he said while discussing allegations that Clinton as secretary of state for President Barack Obama brokered a deal to sale uranium to the mining arm of a Russian nuclear energy agency.
The Fox News host deranged rant came after the network was criticized for not talking about Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation on President Donald Trump administration.
Paul Manafort, Trump's former campaign chairman, and Richard Gates, one of Manafort's former associates, were charged Monday in a 12-count indictment stemming from Mueller's ongoing probe.
Clinton was asked onstage what costume she will wear for Halloween and, in response, she asserted, "I have to start thinking about it". Finally, she let out what she no doubt wanted to say all along. "President Obama, and key members of the administration, what did they know about the Uranium One scandal?"
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