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Teen Vogue Writer ‘Sobs’ Over Hillary Letter

Lauren Duca (YouTube screenshot/Mar F)

Amber Athey White House Correspondent

Teen Vogue writer Lauren Duca is “sobbing” over a letter from Hillary Clinton that thanks her for her “courage and poise.”

“Thank you, @HillaryClinton. For this, and for everything. I promise to keep fighting (right after I’m done sobbing),” Duca wrote on Twitter Friday.

The letter reads in part, “I read the New York Times piece about you back in January and wanted to write you to thank you for your excellent work at Teen Vogue and for the courage and poise you have shown in recent months.”

 

“As we know all too well, the internet is not a friendly place for women,” Clinton said. “Your voice is so important.”

Duca gained public attention in December when she appeared on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” and called The Daily Caller founder a “partisan hack.”

She was criticized again in May when she tweeted a photo of Air Force One going down in flames with the caption, “cute pic of Trump getting tired of winning,” and then offended sexual assault victims when she accused Sean Hannity of “sexually assaulting the truth.”

 

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