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Gotta See it to Believe it: Clinton Reads her Leaked Emails as Part of Venice Art Exhibit

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  • Source: Dan Bongino
  • 06/11/2022
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A vision circulating the internet appeared to be a hoax, but in fact actually happened. Artist Kenneth Goldsmith tweeted photographs with the caption, “Hillary Clinton reading her own emails at my exhibition in Venice, Italy.”

Come again? Hillary was reading her emails aloud to the public? It’s true. While on a trip to Venice, Italy, Clinton visited the Venice Biennale art show. According to artnet News, “one exhibition especially caught her attention: ‘HILLARY: The Hillary Clinton Emails,’ an presentation made up entirely of a trove of her leaked emails published by WikiLeaks, and downloaded and printed by artist and poet Kenneth Goldsmith.”

The artist said a Clinton representative had reached out to him prior to her arrival and he thought it was a joke. “I didn’t believe it until she came” and he “never in a million years” imagined she would stop by, Goldsmith said.

The exhibit features a replica of the Oval Office’s Desk with the 60,000 pages of Clinton emails sitting on top. After visiting the art exhibition, Clinton spoke to curators of the show and said, “they are just so boring,..This exhibition is further proof that nothing wrong or controversial can be found in these email…it makes them accessible to everyone and allows everyone to read them.”

She even tweeted her own photo sitting at the replica desk, smiling while holding the emails and captioned it, “Found my emails at the Venice Biennale. Someone alert the House GOP.” Clearly Clinton is still indifferent to the severity of what she has done and the firestorm costing taxpayers millions of dollars that ensued. As someone commented on twitter, at least this is the only Oval Office Desk she will be sitting at.

Photos by Getty Images

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