It's as if Hillary Clinton has chosen to spend the rest of her life reminding everyone that only she could have lost the 2016 presidential election to a previous reality show.
The former secretary of state and twice unsuccessful presidential candidate were resumed this week in Venice to play the White House at an art exhibition hosted by the Venetian Teatro Italia. It's as sad as it sounds, and then some.
Washington Examiner's Tim Pearce reports:
Clinton traveled to the Venetian Teatro Italia in Venice on Tuesday to become part of the exhibition created by artist Kenneth Goldsmith. Titled "HILLARY: The Hillary Clinton Email," the exhibit featured a ridiculous Oval Office Resolute Desk with more than 60,000 pages of Clinton's leaked emails printed, bound and intended for everyone to browse through.
& # 39; This exhibit is further proof that nothing wrong or controversial can be found in these emails. It makes them accessible to everyone and allows anyone to read them, & # 39; Clinton
said in a statement. "They're just so boring."
Clinton spent nearly an hour going through hard copies of her emails from when she served as secretary of state.
On Wednesday, Clinton's own social media account tweeted a photo of her sitting at the faux Resolute Desk with the accompanying message, "I found my emails at the Venice Biennale. Someone warns the house GOP. "
Here's a tip: If you're trying to" own "someone, make sure you don't own yourself first. This art exhibition gimmick is probably the saddest in Clinton's life after 2016, and it says a lot. The man who curated the show, Francesco Urbano Ragazzi, specifically said in a statement to Hill that "The exhibition is a way of referring to an alternative world that will never exist."
Clinton's commitment to the exhibit serves as a reminder that she was truly the perfect candidate to lose to Trump in 2016. She somehow managed to go through her entire marriage to President Bill Clinton without learning a single thing about the art of publishing messages.
Remember: She made the decision this week to place herself in a belief setting, reminding everyone that she lost a very winning race. She chose to remind everyone of her email scandal, which was entirely of her own making. And by scrolling through hard copies of her emails, she even reminded us this week that she used to make her maid print physical copies of classified Intel because she is just as poorly equipped to handle the modern era as she is is "extremely careless. "
Her post-election history is like a political onion, each layer peeling back to reveal an almost identical layer of desperation.