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Clinton Pokes Fun at Campaign Reporters

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Clinton Pokes Fun at Campaign Reporters

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Clinton Pokes Fun at Campaign Reporters

Clinton Pokes Fun at Campaign Reporters

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So one candidate is in a good mood. Hillary Clinton welcomed reporters onboard her campaign plane with a faux flight attendant speech. She began: FAA regulations prohibit the use of any cell phones or wireless devices that may be used to transmit a negative story about me.

Ordering the reporters to fasten their seat belts, Clinton continued: In the event of an unexpected drop in poll numbers, this plane will be diverted to New Hampshire.

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