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Clinton Slithers Out of Seclusion Sporting $1,200 Haircut and $2,500 Purse


Hillary Clinton was consistently chastised on the campaign trail for her inability to connect with her middle-class constituents.

Case in point:  The $12,000+ pantsuit that she wore to a campaign event in which she spoke about income inequality, (a transparent mimicking of rival Bernie Sanders to boot).  Now Clinton has been hinting at a possible run for mayor of New York City, with a groundswell of liberal angst against the results of the 2016 election spawning fan-made campaign posters and a plethora of official-sounding rumors.

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Clinton, who loves to pretend that she’s whatever you’ll vote for, showed her true feathers recently while strolling about in New York City.

“Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin were spotted together for the first time in months on Thursday – with the pair stopping by the Bergdorf Goodman salon for a quick cut and color.

“The former Secretary of State was photographed as she made her way to a waiting car after a day spent at the John Barrett Salon, showing off the results of her new $600 haircut and $600 dye job.

“It was a softer and lighter look for Hillary, who likely never saw herself spending a Thursday afternoon inside a Fifth Avenue department store across the street from Trump Tower back in October.

“Huma Abedin was also seen exiting the high-end department store with her boss, who she has not been seen with in weeks.

“Hillary’s top aide did not get a coif and seemed to be there for work, as she was seen carrying both her boss’ $2,500 bag in addition to her own $2,600 tote.”

Clinton has had a very difficult time obscuring her posh lifestyle from the malleable millennials on whom she relies to stay relevant.  Now that she may be slinking back into the public eye, the effort she exerts must increase tenfold in order to capture the attention of the “everyman”.



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