Finland PM faced ire for ‘letting hair down’, now Hillary Clinton supports her ‘wild’ party, post her own pic
Marin was quick to respond to the tweet as she wrote, “Thank you Hillary Clinton”, along with a red heart emoji
New Delhi: Former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Sunday took the internet by storm as she shared a pic of herself dancing in a Colombia club while extending her support to Finland PM Sanna Marin. Clinton’s personal support to Marin comes after she drew global attention over her ‘taste’ for partying.
Notably, Clinton’s recent post is a pic from her 2012 official trip to Cartagena while still the secretary of the state.
Sharing the pic, the American politician wrote, “As Ann Richards said, “Ginger Rogers did everything that Fred Astaire did. She just did it backwards and in high heels. Here’s me in Cartagena while I was there for a meeting as Secretary of State”.
She concluded her post with words of support for Marin adding, “Keep dancing, @marinsanna”.
As Ann Richards said, “Ginger Rogers did everything that Fred Astaire did. She just did it backwards and in high heels.”
Here’s me in Cartagena while I was there for a meeting as Secretary of State.
Keep dancing, @marinsanna. pic.twitter.com/btAtUFOcNV
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) August 28, 2022
Marin was quick to respond to the tweet as she wrote, “Thank you Hillary Clinton”, along with a red heart emoji.
For the not known, Finland PM has been under fire for past some days over her ‘wild party’ along with some of her friends at her official residence, video of which went viral after an invitee reportedly posted it online.
In the video clip, Marin can be seen grooving with a group of people, while drawing allegations of being under the influence of drugs by some. Though, Marin claimed that she’d only consumed alcohol and have ‘never taken drugs in her life’.
Amid massive criticism, she had further apologised telling fellow collegues of Social Democratic party, “I am human. And I too sometimes long for joy, light and fun amidst these dark clouds”.
The youngest prime minister in the world had further added that she had not “missed a single day of work”.