Did Stacey Abrams Just Have Her Hillary Clinton Moment?

Stacey Abrams is being mocked on Twitter after her "future governor" tweet that is being compared to Hillary Clinton's ill-fated "future president" tweet.

In case you missed the Hillary Clinton tweet here it is:

Instead of a tweet, Abrams took to Twitter to call herself "Little Miss Future Governor of the Great State of Georgia."


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GOP digital strategist Alec Sears was quick to point out the similarities between what Abrams did and when Hillary Clinton made a similar move just 11 days before losing the election to Trump.

According to the RealClearPolitics average, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp is leading Abrams by 4.8 percentage points.

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