New York Post Mocks Hillary As ‘Deleter Of The Free World’ (PHOTO)

The March 11, 2015 cover of the New York Post described Hillary Clinton as the "Deleter of the Free World" after revelations that she got rid of personal emails that she sent during her time at the State Department.

The New York Post on Wednesday used its front cover to mock former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton after she revealed that she didn’t save thousands of emails that she sent while in office.

The newspaper ran the headline “Deleter of the Free World” along with an unflattering photo of the presumed Democratic presidential contender taken at Tuesday’s press conference in which she made the revelation.

During the news conference, Clinton characterized the emails that weren’t saved as “personal” and said they included things like emails with her daughter and arrangements for her mother’s funeral.

View the cover below:

Image via Newseum

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