President Clinton uses private email server to invite Kate McKinnon to dinner

President Clinton uses private email server to invite Kate McKinnon to dinner

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- President Hillary Rodham Clinton has publicly admitted to using a private email account -- PrezHil4Ever45@PennsylvaniaAve.net -- to invite comedian Kate McKinnon to a dinner next week. Scrubbing of the server shows another dozen emails in the outbox sent to granddaughter Charlotte and college friends, with whom she regularly exchanges recipes.

The email exchange between the president and McKinnon were part of a friendly back-and-forth discussion of which restaurant they would grace with their God-like presence during the next scheduled “girls night.”

In one email chain, Clinton wrote, “Should we be bad and go for dessert after our Italian dinner? Or is that too many calories for one night?” McKinnon quipped, “Since you are the real President, and I only play one on TV, I’ll let you make the executive decision, LOL! But yes, of course I want dessert…I cannoli eat one though!” The pair then traded dozens of pictures of their cats dressed as various historical figures.

Clinton and McKinnon became close friends during the past year. The president loves McKinnon’s endearing impression of her. “You have to be able to laugh at yourself. I know I’m not perfect, and Kate has a job to do. Comedy holds power to account and satire is humor of the intelligent,” the President said as she and bestie McKinnon walked into a matinee showing of Kinky Boots on Broadway. “When you become a caricature on SNL, it’s a true honor.”

“She just gets me," expressed McKinnon with a loving smile. "President Clinton embraces my quirkiness. Whenever I see her weird email address pop up on my screen, I get excited to reunite with my bud. At our last sleepover in D.C., she let me stay in Chelsea’s old room and we drank cocoa and sang old Stevie Nicks songs by the fireplace. I feel like I’m part of the family,” McKinnon said of her friendship with the president.

Republican leadership in Congress has already called for the president to be subpoenaed for a detailed investigation into her continued use of a private email server for friends and family.

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