Hillary rides on Finland PM’s dirty dancing scandal with desperate photo of herself partying in a club

One could say that Hillary Clinton has spent her life glomming onto the success of others — see Bill Clinton — but regardless of how that may be perceived, the failed 2016 Democratic presidential nominee certainly has a knack for drawing attention to herself.

With all the fanfare and criticism that has been directed at Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin over a video of her dancing and partying with friends earlier this month in Helsinki, Clinton saw a golden opportunity to draw some of the media glare.

The former secretary of state tweeted a photo of herself dancing in a crowded club in Cartagena during an official 2012 trip to Colombia.

“As Ann Richards said, ‘Ginger Rogers did everything that Fred Astaire did. She just did it backwards and in high heels.’ Here’s me in Cartagena while I was there for a meeting as Secretary of State. Keep dancing, @marinsanna.”

Of course, to justify her glom Clinton made it all about sexism by essentially coming to Marin’s defense — as late as she was to the party, pardon the pun.

The key difference here being that Marin is the youngest prime minister in the world at the age of 36, while Clinton was 64 years old in 2012.

The video of Marin has been circulating for a number of days and adding to the sensationalism, a friend would post a picture of herself posing topless while kissing her semi-naked female friend in the prime minister’s official residence.


Oh, and there was this:

As for Clinton, the one consistency with her is that regardless of what she does, controversy is sure to follow — here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story from Twitter:


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