The weekend鈥檚 not even halfway over and already, it鈥檚 been rife with political buzz. In an ironic turn of events, it was discovered that Vice President Mike Pence used his personal AOL email to conduct state business while serving as governor of Indiana. The kicker here is that, as you may or may not recall, Pence was one of Hillary Clinton鈥檚 (who dealt with her own email scandal during the election) biggest adversaries on the manner. Pence has since spoken out on the snafu, maintaining an adamant stance that 鈥渢here鈥檚 no comparison whatsoever鈥 between himself and Clinton, but the internet seems to disagree.

As proof, we鈥檝e been given a photo of Clinton reading up on the morning news, with the paper鈥檚 headline as the picture鈥檚 focus: 鈥淧ence Used Personal Email in Office.鈥

The photo began making the rounds after Brooklyn-based Vice contributor @RealSaintNick6 received a Snap from a friend who found herself on the same flight as HRC while traveling from Boston鈥檚 Logan Airport to New York鈥檚 LaGuardia. She also just so happened to spot the former presidential candidate reading USA Today鈥榮 cover story titled 鈥淧ence used personal email in office,鈥 and was quick to spring to action before the fleeting moment should slip away. Upon receiving the shot, P茅re No毛l did the expected: He took a screenshot of it and uploaded it to Twitter.

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鈥淗illary just checking the daily news,鈥 he wrote. 鈥淧ence used personal email in office. The irony is palpable.鈥 White House reporter Josh Dawsey caught wind of the shot, and also shared it to his page, and in the space of a few blinks of an eye, the Twittersphere was up in arms.

Other fellow passengers also couldn鈥檛 believe their eyes, not only because they were in the presence of one Mrs. Hillary Rodham, but because of the scene occurring.

While Clinton herself has yet to respond to the scandal directly, it appears that the old adage, 鈥淎 picture鈥檚 worth 1,000 words,鈥 really does ring true.

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