Hillary Clinton mocks Donald Trump reading Mueller report: 'I'm f*****'

Former secretary of state and her husband Bill have been on a speaking tour around US

Clark Mindock
New York
Tuesday 30 April 2019 00:19
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Hillary Clinton reads the Mueller report

Hillary Clinton has mocked the man who beat her in 2016, reading from a portion of the Mueller report in which Donald Trump says "I’m f*****".

The former US secretary of state poked fun at Mr Trump during a brief break from a speaking tour with her husband, Bill. The two sat down with comedian Jordan Klepper to read through the report.

During their chat with Klepper – who hosts the Comedy Central show ‘Klepper’ – the trio began discussing GoFundMe causes they believed were worth $1,000 donations.

Klepper then noted that there is a campaign raising money to have Ms Clinton read the entire special counsel report.

“Gosh, I would definitely do that,” she said in response.

The video then cut to her reading the portion of the report in which the president found out that Robert Mueller would be leading the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

“Oh my god. This is terrible. This is the end of my presidency. I’m f*****,” Ms Clinton said, mocking the presidents speaking pattern ever so slightly.

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The Clintons have at least five more speaking dates set up for their tour, in Vancouver, Seattle, Boston, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas.

The two political titans have so far refused to put their support behind any of the candidates in the Democratic primary, where at least 20 candidates are vying for the chance to take on Mr Trump in 2020.

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