Is Hillary Clinton one of the punniest people on the planet? She might be.
The recently announced presidential candidate has created an error page for her website that's so hilarious it might just have you wanting to stumble upon it on purpose. Her site's 404 error page, which pops up if you come across a page that doesn't exist, shows an epic throwback photo of Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton and Hillary posing with Donald Duck.
Even better than their poses are their hats! The Clinton family decided to don matching hats with Donald's eyes for the amazing photo op.
In addition to the amazing photo, Hillary's error page tells users, "Oops, that link wasn't what it was quacked up to be. But while you're here, how about signing up to volunteer?"
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The first female contender for the presidency certainly knows how to make a joke—and a statement. Bill's wife officially hit the road to begin her campaign, and her choice of wheels is pretty legendary. She's not riding in big campaign bus; instead she's riding in her self-dubbed "Scooby van"! As for why she chose this vehicle over a limo or a bus? Well, writer Daniel Halper explained in his 2014 book Clinton, Inc.:
"That's because Hillary and her staff objected to the customary limo the First Lady would normally use. They complained the ‘optics' weren't right for an aspiring senator who wanted to look like she was a woman of the people—and not a product of the White House."
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Clinton's longtime aide Huma Abedin also revealed why she wanted to drive throughout the campaign as opposed to flying. "When Hillary first told us that she was ready to hit the road for Iowa, we literally looked at her and said, 'Seriously?' And she said, 'Seriously,'" Abedin told reporters. "This was her idea, and she's been really excited about it since she came up with it."
Although the 67-year-old former first lady's first stop would be in Iowa, she couldn't resist the draw of Chipotle during a stop in Ohio. Her order reportedly included a chicken burrito bowl, a soda and a Blackberry Izze drink. But at the time of her visit, no one noticed her! The former Secretary of State's oversized sunglasses shielded her identity from everyone inside of the chain eatery.