Hillary Clinton suffered a devastating defeat to President-elect Donald J. Trump. But as a consolation price, President Barack Obama has given her a very visible spot among the White House Christmas decorations.
While the rest of America celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ, the White House will honor the long and corrupt political career of Hillary Clinton.
As The Hill reported:
An official portrait of the former first lady and Democrat presidential nominee is hanging in the Cross Hall of the White House, displayed alongside an array of bells, baubles and other holiday décor.
ITK spotted the portrait, one of several paintings of presidents and first ladies adorning the walls at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., when the White House opened its doors Tuesday for a sneak peek of its annual Christmas decorations. The 2003 painting by Simmie Knox shows a smiling Clinton sporting one of her signature pantsuits, standing by a table with her book, “It Takes a Village,” by her side.
Hanging in the background is the ghost of Democrat presidential campaigns past! LOL:
— ABC News (@ABC) November 29, 2016
Oh look a House warming gift for @realDonaldTrump , I'm sure he will enjoy his new dart board
— Mark Hogan (@inperilous1) November 29, 2016