This week, Hillary Clinton finally won something — sort of. She may not be the next President of the United States, but Hillary Clinton is now one of GQ’s “Least Influential People of 2016.”
This isn’t the first time Clinton has claimed a “worst of” title. Last year, Clinton was named the “Worst Ethics Violator of 2015” by The Foundation for Accountability and Government Trust.
It seems these dubious titled are just about the only thing Clinton can win nowadays. Clinton may have secured a senate seat in 2000 and defended it in 2006, but she has done little winning since. In 2008 she was the odds-on favorite to win the Democratic nomination for president but lost to a little-known freshman senator from Illinois. Eight years later, she narrowly escaped a similar primary embarrassment only to lose to D0nlad Trump, a man who had never campaigned for office in his life.
So while the title of “Least Influential” may not be ideal, it is at least a win for the woman who seems only capable of losing.
See why she was named to GQ’s list on the next page: