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    It seems that Hillary Clinton has a huge imagination because only this fact can explain her vision of Trump's 'covfefe' tweet as a secret message to Russians.

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    During the Q&A session in Rancho Palos Verdes, Hillary Clinton joked that the recent tweet made by US President Trump with a typo could be a "message" to Moscow.

    Meanwhile, the "covfefe" tweet has already sparkled a viral tidal wave.

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