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A lot can be said about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton—and many people do—but it cannot be said she has no sense of humor. Anyone who enjoyed one of her speaking engagements or talk show appearances could see that humor on display.

And the former Democratic Senator for New York is even willing to joke about getting almost 3 million more votes than the other guy but not becoming President. One main issue during the 2016 election was emails sent and received by then Secretary of State Clinton on a private email server.

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On Wednesday, Insider posted an unusual article online. The title?

"We hired the author of 'Black Hawk Down' and an illustrator from 'Archer' to adapt the Mueller report so you'll actually read it"

A note from the editors stated:

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In an interview with MSNBC's Rachel Maddow Wednesday night, former Senator, Secretary of State, and the 2016 Democratic nominee for President Hillary Clinton hypothetically asked China for President Donald Trump's tax returns.

Secretary Clinton did so to demonstrate the severity of Trump publicly asking Russia for Clinton's emails during a 2016 presidential debate.

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After the 2016 presidential election, questions about a person losing the popular vote by millions of votes but winning the presidency again came to the forefront. Five times the winner of the most votes in the presidential election lost the presidency due to the electoral college: 1824 - John Quincy Adams, 1876 - Rutherford Hayes, 1888 - Benjamin Harrison, 2000 - George W. Bush and 2016 - Donald Trump.

Only Hayes lost by a wider percentage than President Trump. But the electoral college is part of the United States Constitution and would require an amendment to abolish.

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Former Trump Advisor Roger Stone's trial may be a few months away, but poetic justice is much more swift.

Stone was arrested at his home for coordinating with WikiLeaks to obtain Hillary Clinton Campaign emails stolen by Russian operatives.

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Former personal lawyer and fixer for President Donald Trump, Michael Cohen, learned his fate Wednesday after pleading guilty to eight charges as part of an investigation led by the Department of Justice Office for the Southern District of New York (SDNY).

As is customary in a sentencing hearing, the defendant may make a statement to the court on their own behalf and Cohen had plenty to say. And most of it was about his former boss, President Trump.

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US President Donald Trump (L) chats with Russia's President Vladimir Putin as they attend the APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting, part of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) leaders' summit in the central Vietnamese city of Danang on November 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / SPUTNIK / Mikhail KLIMENTYEV (Photo credit should read MIKHAIL KLIMENTYEV/AFP/Getty Images)

Russia's interference in the 2016 election almost certainly helped propel Donald Trump to the presidency, according to a new book: Cyberwar: How Russian Hackers and Trolls Helped Elect a President––What We Don't, Can't, and Do Know.

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