Hillary Clinton’s tweet from 5 years ago has not aged well.
“Happy birthday to this future president,” Clinton wrote on Oct. 26th in 2016, just weeks before the election.
It was sent from her official account that day in 2016.
“No word if it was on her illegal email server,” Western Journal notes.
Pollsters said she was a shoo-in.
She received odds ranging from 70 percent to a 99 percent chance of winning, Pew Research reported.
Of course, Donald Trump went on to win the election and become the 45th president of the United States.
Clinton lost her race to the White House for a second time and almost certainly her last chance at the office.
Clinton would eventually concede the election and blamed whoever and whatever she could think of.
She has blamed sexism, Russian interference in the election, and much more.
The reality has been that majority of Americans simply don’t support her leading the country.
Take a look:
Happy birthday to this future president. pic.twitter.com/JT3HiBjYdj
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 26, 2016
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The accompanying photo shows a cute but determined little girl who would grow up to marry Bill Clinton, a philandering lawyer whose coattails she would ride from the Arkansas Governor’s Mansion to the White House.Advertisement
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But by October 2016 she had found herself on the precipice of history, just one Election Day from taking the presidency in her own right — or so she thought.
Sure, Hillary had lost the chance before when Democrats threw her over for then-Sen. Barack Obama, who would go on to take the oath of office in 2009, but this time all of the signs were pointing to a win for the former first lady…
But when election night rolled around and the results started pouring in, her excitement turned to anxiety then into despair…
Hillary Clinton spent years clawing her way to the top of the political food chain only to be bested at the 11th hour by real estate mogul and reality TV star Donald J. Trump — and once again we get to bask in the glory of her prideful tweet that came before an epic fall.