Photo of Florida Supporters’ Group Selfie With Hillary Clinton Goes Viral

September 26, 2016 - photo frame

Hillary Clinton waves to a selfie-taking throng during a new debate eventuality in Orlando, Florida, on Sept. 25, 2016. (Credit: Barbara Kinney/Hillary for America)

Hillary Clinton waves to a selfie-taking throng during a new debate eventuality in Orlando, Florida, on Sept. 25, 2016. (Credit: Barbara Kinney/Hillary for America)

At a new debate event, Hillary Clinton climbed on a box to residence a room packaged with immature people. But instead of confronting a Democratic presidential nominee, a assembly incited their backs on her en masse.

Further justification of Clinton’s plea in winning over millennials?

No. As it incited out, a Orlando, Florida, throng wasn’t being disrespectful. With their smartphones and cameras hold high, they were gnawing selfies — perplexing to constraint a ancestral impulse by pity a print support with a presidential candidate.

Clinton’s full-time photographer, Barbara Kinney, snapped a print of a scene, that she said happened after Clinton invited a throng to spin around and snap a organisation selfie.

Kinney wasn’t awaiting her print to get so most attention, though given engineer and Clinton believer Victor Ng posted it Sunday to Twitter, it’s been common some-more than 19,000 times.

The picture isn’t a usually one to uncover a new mania with selfies. Who can forget a impulse when Ellen DeGeneres’ selfie during a Oscars in 2014 scarcely crashed a Internet?

Or when Queen Elizabeth II incidentally photobombed a selfie taken during a 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow?

And remember a iconic selfie taken of a Pope inside St. Peter’s Basilica during a Vatican in 2013? The pontiff had a private assembly with 500 youths from a Diocese of Piacenza-Bobbio.

And what of a debate surrounding a selfie of a involved gorilla with a impertinent grin?

After a wildlife photographer stepped divided and a crested black macaque snapped a self-portrait with a unattended camera, animal-rights classification PETA filed a lawsuit for a gorilla to win copyright of a image.

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