Hillary Clinton and her email controversy have been immortalized in plastic.
A Connecticut-based company is selling a miniature, action-figure version of Clinton, who dominated headlines last week as she faced accusations for using her personal email address during her tenure as secretary of state.
Clinton addressed the recent criticism last week by calling on the State Department to release 55,000 pages of emails that she had selected to be turned over to the government. The ongoing investigation will determine whether or not Clinton broke rules in using her personal account.
“I want the public to see my email. I asked State to release them. They said they will review them for release as soon as possible,” she posted to Twitter.
Aside from the criticism over the emails, her family's foundation -- the Clinton Global Initiative -- is facing scrutiny for accepting contributions from foreign governments during the same period.
The presumed Democratic front-runner has yet to share her presidential plans for 2016.
Herobuilders, based in Oxford, Connecticut, produced former President George W. Bush as its first action figure in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The company also has created dolls representing Kaci Hickox, the Maine nurse who treated Ebola patients, and Rob Ford, the former Toronto mayor who was catapulted into international infamy after videos surfaced of him smoking crack cocaine and saying racist and homophobic slurs.