In response to Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton announcing she got a Snapchat, her Republican rival Scott Walker Saturday made fun of how her emails just seem to disappear, too.
Hillary has been under increased scrutiny throughout her campaign over how she handled her emails while secretary of state and her use of a private server housed in her Chappaqua, N.Y. home. After Hillary announced she got a Snapchat, Walker made fun of the fact the purpose of the app is to have messages delete themselves.
— Scott Walker (@ScottWalker) August 15, 2015
The popular smartphone app allows users to send messages or pictures, that will self-delete, to other users. With many of her questionable emails now deleted, the app would seem to be perfect for her. Even Hillary herself made fun of the connection.
“By the way, you may have seen that I have recently launched a Snapchat account,” Hillary joked while speaking at an event in Iowa Friday. “I love it — those messages disappear all by themselves.”
This isn’t the first time the two candidates used Twitter to go after each other. In July, Hillary took to the social media site to criticize Walker for signing a law in his state which restricts abortions.