As if Hillary Clinton had chosen to devote the rest of her life to remind everyone that only she could lose the 2016 presidential election to the former reality show host.
The former secretary of state and twice failed presidential candidate rose this week in Venice to play the White House at an art exhibition organized by Venice Theatrical Italy. Every thing is as sad as it sounds, and then some.
Reports Washington Examiner Tim Pierce:
Clinton travels to Venice Theatrical Italy in Venice on Tuesday to become part of an exhibit created by artist Kenneth Goldsmith. Entitled "HILLARY: Hillary Clinton's Emails," the exhibit featured a mock Oval Office Resolute Desk with more than 60,000 pages of downloaded Clinton emails printed, bound and intended for anyone who can flip through sheets.
"This exhibition is further proof that nothing wrong or contradictory can be found in these emails. That makes them accessible to everyone and lets everyone read them, "Clinton
said in a statement. "They are just so boring."
Clinton spent nearly an hour reviewing hard copies of her emails from the time she was Secretary of State.
On Wednesday, Clinton's own social media account tweeted a picture of her sitting on the fake Resolute Desk with the accompanying message "I found my emails at the Venice Biennale. Someone alarms the House GOP. "
Here's a tip: If you're trying to" own "someone, first make sure you're not the owner. This trick of art is probably the saddest thing about Clinton's life after 2016, and that says a lot. The man who curated the show, Francesco Urbano Ragazi, said specifically in a statement to Hill that "The exhibit is a way of hinting at an alternative world that will never exist."
Clinton's participation in the exhibition serves as a reminder that she really was the perfect candidate for the loss of Trump in 2016. She somehow managed to get through her entire marriage to President Bill Clinton without learning a single thing about the art of public service.
Remember: This week, she decided to put herself in the mood, reminding everyone that she had lost a much-won race. She chose to remind everyone of her email scandal, which was entirely her own making. As she flipped through hard copies of her emails, she even reminded us this week that she was using her maid to print physical copies of classified information because it was so incapable of dealing with the modern age because it was "extremely careless.
Her post-election story is like a political bow whose layer peels off to reveal an almost identical layer of despair.