Hillary Clinton had a brutal warning on Tuesday for people who want to follow President Donald Trump’s lead and reduce coronavirus restrictions: “Please do not take medical advice from a man who looked directly at a solar eclipse.”
Please do not take medical advice from a man who looked directly at a solar eclipse.— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 24, 2020
The former secretary of state was referring to that time back in August 2017 when Trump ignored the experts and was photographed looking directly into the sun during a solar eclipse.
Many Twitter users were amused.
I see you slipped out to do a little shopping this morning 🤘🏻 pic.twitter.com/Zeb1JJp8WM— Socially Distant Tara Dublin (@taradublinrocks) March 24, 2020
Another direct hit from the most "popular" woman of 2016.— Russell Drew (@RussOnPolitics) March 24, 2020
Seriously, Hillary Clinton is getting better and better at throwing shade at Donald Trump on social media.
I can almost imagine her voice and facial expression as she types it.
And it's good advice. Never trust Trump. pic.twitter.com/dN3g3bzVrT
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