Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Page Still Up And Running, Little Sign Of Defeat

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Eric Lieberman Deputy Editor
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Looking at former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s campaign page, one wouldn’t know that she was also a defeated 2016 presidential candidate.

The website “” still looks very similar to what it looked like before President-elect Donald Trump bested Clinton and won the presidency. Upon accessing the page, users are greeted with a promotional montage showing the long road of her campaign.

Visitors can “chip in today” by donating to the campaign. “We’re counting on our best supporters like you to help us stand up to Trump and the GOP,” the contribution form reads.

The “Shop” page still seems to be providing a “last chance to get your piece of history.”

Certain virtual links like “Volunteer” and “Help from Home” either redirect users back to the homepage or are now unavailable.

[dcquiz] One perceptible difference in the website is a black and white image captioned “Thank you” that directs visitors to a personal article written by Clinton.

“Last night, I congratulated Donald Trump and offered to work with him on behalf of our country. I hope that he will be a successful president for all Americans,” the Medium post reads.

“This loss hurts. But please, please never stop believing that fighting for what’s right is worth it. It’s always worth it. And we need you to keep up these fights now and for the rest of your lives,” Clinton continues.

It is not quite clear if the campaign website is still under management, or why it is still operational. Perhaps Clinton’s campaign team is still reeling from the huge defeat and did not hire a professional web designer to adjust the site to exhibit a loss. It is also quite possible that Clinton’s campaign team felt the inconspicuous “Thank you” portal sufficed.

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