Hillary Clinton is reportedly now promoting her “But Her Emails” products in response to the federal indictment of the former president Trump.
Just hours after Trump said on Thursday that his legal team had been informed he was indicted as a result of an investigation into his handling of secret data, the 2016 Democratic presidential candidate turned to social media on Friday to promote her products.
When she ran for president against Trump in 2016, the use of a personal email server by Clinton while she served as secretary of state drew significant political attention.
“Bringing this back in light of recent news,” Clinton said.
Bringing this back in light of recent news:
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) June 9, 2023
“Get a limited-edition But Her Emails hat and support @onwardtogther groups working to strengthen our democracy,” she continued.
Numerous inquiries of the former first lady’s emails were conducted, including by the FBI, which decided not to accuse her of breaking any laws pertaining to federal record-keeping or other offenses.
The gesture is an obvious attempt to mock and belittle Trump in the wake of damaging charges that could potentially put the former President in serious legal peril.
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