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'The anniversary of this tweet should be a National Holiday': is mocked on social media four years after she posted infamous ‘Happy Birthday to this future president’ tweet tweeted a birthday wish to herself - the 'future president' - on October 26, 2016, just days before she lost to Donald   Every year since then, her critics have mocked her for the tweet on her birthday Monday marked the fourth anniversary of her having posted the tweet The anniversary comes as Clinton was quoted saying the idea of being re-elected made her 'sick' to her stomach  

By Maxine Shen For Dailymail.com

Published: 20:49 GMT, 26 October 2020 | Updated: 20:49 GMT, 26 October 2020

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Social media users are mocking 's 'future president' birthday wish to herself on its fourth anniversary as Election Day approaches again. 

On October 26, 2016, Clinton tweeted a childhood picture of herself with the caption, 'Happy birthday to this future president.'

The tweet was posted while she was still in the thick of campaigning for president - just days before she would ultimately lose the 2016 Presidential Election race to Donald

Every year since then, her critics have gleefully revived the tweet, mocking how badly it's aged. 

Hillary Clinton (on September 26) was mocked on social media on the fourth anniversary of her tweet, wishing herself a 'happy birthday to the future president'

(on September 26) was mocked on social media on the fourth anniversary of her tweet, wishing herself a 'happy birthday to the future president'

On Monday - her 73rd birthday - Clinton's critics appeared to take extra delight in lampooning her as voters flock to polls for early voting and with Election Day 2020 on the horizon.

Clinton's 2016 tweet, which has been unearthed by critics every year since then on her birthday

Clinton's 2016 tweet, which has been unearthed by critics every year since then on her birthday

'Thanks for giving us something to still laugh at four years later madam private citizen!!' wrote one Twitter user, who caped off the tweet with a crying-while-laughing emoji. 

'The anniversary of this tweet should be a National Holiday,' mused one

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