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Hillary Clinton Widely Mocked for Reading Printouts of Her Emails at Art Exhibit

Installation in Venice provided the setting for this dubious activity

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Many on social media had some fun at the expense of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton after pictures emerged from her visit to an art exhibit in Venice inspired by her tenure in office.

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

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

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

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Clinton reportedly told local media that the exhibit “is further proof that nothing wrong or controversial can be found on these emails.”

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The failed 2016 presidential candidate was widely mocked on Twitter.

“Hillary should fire all of her advisers and anyone else who said this was a good idea,” syndicated columnist Jonah Goldberg reacted.

Some particularly had fun with the photo she took behind the Resolute Desk — and compared it to cartoons and films.

Others, however, also invoked the “30,000” emails that Clinton had erased amid her email controversy.

Joseph A. Wulfsohn is a media reporter for Fox News. This Fox News piece is used by permission.

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