REPORT: Hillary Clinton mocks former president in ‘light of recent news’

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Less than 24 hours after news broke of former President Donald Trump’s federal indictment, Hillary Clinton responded with a sales pitch for her clothing merchandise.

The former secretary of state announced via social media on Friday that her “But Her Emails” hats and other assorted items were on sale for a limited time. Onward Together, her political action organization, sells the merchandise.

The mocking phrase “But Her Emails” refers to the controversy behind Clinton’s use of a personal email server while she was secretary of state during the Obama administration. Her private server was a cornerstone of Trump’s attacks on her during the 2016 presidential election.

The FBI conducted an investigation but they never charged Clinton.

“Bringing this back in light of recent news,” Clinton tweeted.

“Get a limited-edition But Her Emails hat and support @onwardtogether groups working to strengthen our democracy.”

She was immediately slammed for the post.

“Hillary Clinton is gloating that the rules that apply to Trump do not apply to her,” one Twitter user posted.

“Congrats, your friends got together and went after your political enemies just like every other problem you’ve run into for the last four decades now,” wrote another user.

“Not too late to lock you up,” wrote a third.

“Still not president & never will be,” said another.

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