The former US secretary of state sat down with comedian Jordan Klepper to read through the Mueller Report while taking a brief break from their speaking tour 'An Evening with the Clintons', she was taking with her husband Bill, reports the Independent.
The host of Comedy Central's 'Klepper' and his prestigious guests were discussing GoFundMe causes that they believed were worthy of a $1,000 donation, when they came across a campaign raising money to get Hillary to record an audiobook of the special council's report.
Speaking to the host, she said:
Gosh, I would definitely do that
She then dived in, saying she'd give a sneak peek of what such an audio book could potentially sound like. She chose a selection of the Mueller investigation in which Trump learns that Mueller would be leading the probe into Trump's alleged collusion with the Russians on his campaign, as well as obstruction of justice.
Adopting a tone that sounded as if she were slightly mocking Trump, she said:
Oh my god. This is terrible. This is the end of my Presidency. I'm f***ed
After the segment, Hillary then began joking about starting another campaign to send Attorney General William Barr to law school after Bill Clinton made a comment saying he'd made misleading comments regarding the contents of the Mueller report.
Barr released his redacted version of the Mueller Report to Congress and the public on April 18, and it found no evidence of Trump conspiring with the Russian government, however, it was inconclusive as to whether Trump obstructed justice during the investigation, reports the Daily Mail.
Clinton herself evidently found the whole thing hilarious, and she shared the clip to her personal Twitter account, saying:
This was... cathartic. Thank you, @JordanKlepper!
Other social media users also loved the hilarious spoof.
The Clintons still have approximately five dates left on their book tour, including in Vancouver, Seattle, Boston, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas, reports the Independent.
So far, they have not publicly backed any of the 20 Democratic candidates running to beat Trump in the 2020 presidential elections.
HT Daily Mail