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Hillary Clinton called ‘Queen of Shade’ after trolling Trump with Mean Girls GIF

Reacting to the US President's condescending tweet and indicating that she's done with the “Crooked Hilary” references, Clinton tweeted a GIF from the film Mean Girl featuring Racheal McAdams.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: March 6, 2019 5:57:38 pm
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Thanks to the internet, and especially Twitter, politicians have found unique ways to target each other and sometimes the result can be quite entertaining. Recently, Donald Trump shared his thoughts about Hillary Clinton not running for president in 2020 with a sarcastic tweet, but the former presidential candidate’s reply is winning the internet.

“Aw-shucks, does that mean I won’t get to run against her again?” the US President tweeted. “She will be sorely missed!” he wrote.

Reacting to the US President’s condescending tweet and indicating that she’s done with the “Crooked Hilary” references, Clinton tweeted a GIF from the film Mean Girl featuring Racheal McAdams. She tweeted out a GIF showing the film’s popular lead character Regina George asking, “Why are you so obsessed with me?”, and people didn’t take too long to figure what she was saying.

Many said the former Secretary of State was the “Queen of Shade”.

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