Look What Hillary Clinton Actually Tweeted About Her ‘Lost’ Emails

The failed Democratic candidate and former secretary of State seems to be having some 'fun' these days — but it may backfire badly

Hard to believe — but it’s all too true.

Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton sent out the following tweet today on her Twitter account:

“Found my emails at the Venice Biennale.”

“Someone alert the House GOP,” she also wrote.

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Who advised her to do that — or to engage in this “tweaking” activity while at the Venice Biennale?

Her public “performance” couldn’t help but remind people of the “30,000” emails that Clinton — very controversially — had erased during her email server controversy.

Is it any wonder there’s been strong reaction to Clinton’s remarks on this?

As LifeZette shared with readers earlier, many people on social media went after the former secretary of State after photos emerged from her visit at the art exhibit in Venice inspired by her tenure in office.

At the Venetian Teatro Italia, an exhibit is titled, “HILLARY: The Hillary Clinton Emails.”

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It’s a replica of the Oval Office’s Resolute Desk — and “shows” over 60,000 pages of Clinton’s emails.

The artist behind the exhibit, Kenneth Goldsmith, said that Clinton “spent an hour” reading her own emails — and then shared pictures of her visit.

Read more about it here — and share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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