Hillary Clinton shares White House-era photo with hubby Bill in Christmas greeting, yet again
The former first lady sent a Christmas greeting to her 26 million strong Twitter audience with a White House portrait from 2000 when her husband Bill Clinton was the US president
Hillary Clinton has been accused of being a little too reminiscent of the past after her most recent Christmas message on social media.
This year, the former First Lady and 2016 presidential hopeful sent a Christmas greeting to her 26 million strong Twitter audience with a White House portrait from the year 2000 when her husband Bill Clinton was the US president. However, this is not the first time Hillary has appeared overtly nostalgic of her time in the White House, Sputnik News reports.
Some of her Twitter followers pointed out that the picture was not a new one, fueling speculation whether POTUS Donald J Trump's 2016 rival was more wishful than nostalgic in her festive post.
Clinton first sparked the discussion over her obsession with the White House just a few days earlier, when she shared a Hanukkah greeting on Twitter with another snap from the White House featuring her husband's arm around her.
“Sending warm wishes to everyone celebrating Hanukkah!” Clinton wrote at the time.
It appears the former Secretary of State is still living in hindsight considering she did the same last year. Wishing her followers a Merry Christmas, Hillary affixed a photo from her time as the First Lady alongside Bill and their daughter Chelsea.
A few days later, Clinton wished her followers a Happy New Year for 2018 — once again sharing a family photo from November 5, 1996 — the night Bill Clinton won a second term.
“I’m grateful to everyone who brought light into 2018: organizers, journalists, candidates, marchers, activists, and voters. Here’s to you. Happy New Year," Clinton tweeted.
Hillary Clinton served as First Lady from 1993 to 2001 during her husband's tenure as POTUS. In 2009, she became elected as the 67th United States Secretary of State.
In 2016, she ran as the Democratic presidential candidate against real-estate and reality TV mogul Donald Trump, but lost the election after a major upset in the Electoral College.