NY Times senior politics editor’s unfortunate choice of words for Hillary headline provides fodder for the masses

An update on Hillary Clinton’s whereabouts provided fodder for both criticism and creativity.

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With the former Democratic presidential nominee making few appearances since losing the election,  New York Times senior politics editor Carolyn Ryan was quick to post about a sighting of Clinton on Tuesday.

Unfortunately for Ryan, her choice of words earned her some scathing responses on Twitter.

But National Review’s Jim Geraghty saw the gold in Ryan’s tweet.

A wave of creative responses followed Geraghty’s lead.

For Clinton’s post-election life, the possibilities seem endless.

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