Hillary Clinton is taking her impression of Donald Trump to a new level.
The Democratic front-runner made headlines this weekend after her appearance on "Saturday Night Live," where she did a short impression of the GOP front-runner.
“Isn’t he the one that’s like, ‘Ugh, you’re all losers,’” she asked in a voice resembling Trump’s.
But a few days after that appearance, Clinton sent images of Trump’s well-known “Make America Great Again” hats to her Snapchat followers that had new slogans, taking another jab at the real estate mogul, as well as the other republican candidates.
The Clinton campaign is using an image generator, created by The Washington Post, to replace Trump’s slogan with policies that the campaign says GOP candidates have advocated for.
Her Snapchat story started with a picture of Trump in his red “Make America Great Again” hat, with the caption “Trump may have this hat…” The other images show hats displaying the phrases “Tax Cuts for the Wealthy,” “Repeal Obamacare,” “Defund Planned Parenthood” and “No New Equal Pay Laws” with the captions “But every Republican candidate can wear this..” “And this.” “And this.” “Aaaaaand this.”
The generator was made after New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio wore a red hat that resembled Trump’s, but said “Make America Fair Again.”