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Clinton Enjoys 'Texts From Hillary' Web Spoof

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Clinton Enjoys 'Texts From Hillary' Web Spoof

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Clinton Enjoys 'Texts From Hillary' Web Spoof

Clinton Enjoys 'Texts From Hillary' Web Spoof

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is embracing the Internet parody that shows her supposedly texting politicians and celebrities. The site has become an Internet sensation since it was launched last week.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. Texts from Hillary went viral last week. That spoof site imagines the Secretary of State's cool, detached texts to the famous, from Jay Z to Joe Biden. One shows Lady Gaga texting from one influential woman to another, XO. Clinton's response: Who is this? Yesterday, the site heard from the real Clinton, who texted that she was ROFL, rolling on the floor laughing, signed Hillz. It's MORNING EDITION.

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