As she spoke to a large crowd of supporters at the Auditorium Theater in Chicago on Monday evening, former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton suggested that she will be the president for Halloween, prompting praise and laughter from the audience. She was introduced by tennis legend Billie Jean King, who calls Hillary a "shero".
In response, the former secretary of state let out a cackle, but she didn't say she meant to go as a witch.
As Business Insider reported, conservative news commentators and former Trump staffers have recently gotten into the unusual habit of accidentally calling Clinton President Clinton - or referring to the Clinton administration.
As for the topic of the day, Mueller's indictments, Clinton declined to elaborate on the possibility of collusion within the Trump campaign, but she didn't mince words in her criticism of the president.
After calling out anti-LGBT Republicans here in the U.S., Clinton also addressed the persecution and detainment of LGBT people overseas in areas such as Chechnya and Cairo. It also voted against a United Nations resolution that condemned use of the death penalty against those who engage in consensual same-sex relationships.
"It does strike me that, in the last few days at least, Fox News seems to think that's where I live, in the White House", she said at a dinner for the Human Rights Campaign held in Washington, D.C. "These attacks on the LGBT community, here at home and around the world, are striking and scary". "And I want you to know, I'm with you".
Other speakers at Saturday's event included Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, U.S. Senator Kamala Harris, a Democrat from California, and Gold Star father Khizr Khan. "I won't be silenced and I hope you won't be either". HRC also honored two-time Emmy Award-winning actress Uzo Aduba, best known for playing inmate Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren in the Netflix dramedy Orange is the New Black.