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Instagram loves Hillary Clinton's Presidents' Day tribute: 'The shade is so real'

Hillary Clinton posted a photo of former leaders in honor of Presidents’ Day. (Photo: hillaryclinton via Instagram)

Hillary Clinton may not have succeeded in her race for the Oval Office. But she’s still celebrating Presidents’ Day by honoring a select few of the country’s former leaders.


Taking to Instagram on Monday afternoon, Hillary posted a photo of Barack Obama, Jimmy Carter, Michelle Obama and Hillary’s husband, Bill Clinton, alongside a message that reads, “Happy Presidents’ Day!” Now people are calling the former first lady and secretary of state “savage” for calling out and honoring just three of the former presidents, and noticeably leaving out current President Donald Trump, as well as George W. Bush.

“The shade is so real and I’m so here for it,” one person wrote, while another said the post was “master level blatant shade.”

But above the shade of it all, others praised Clinton for celebrating the three former Democratic leaders, as well as honorary member and former first lady Michelle Obama.

“Three of the best presidents ever and one incredible first lady and all around amazing woman. You too Hillary Clinton,” wrote one person, while another commented: “Here’s to remembering when the office of President represented honor & respect.”

Still, some had something negative to say about Clinton’s post and its exclusive nature.

“Sore loser,” someone called her. Another questioned, “But where’s trump though? Isn’t he the president?”

While many chimed in with comments along the lines of “Happy presidents day. So glad you aren’t one,” others took a note from her campaign to write “#stillwithher.”

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