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    Apparently in line with the saying "If you can't beat them - join them," former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who has been blaming Moscow for her election loss, has taken a brand new approach to the issue.

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    When speaking at Yale University, Hillary Clinton saw students wearing the over-the-top hats in line with tradition and said she had “brought a hat too.”

    “A Russian hat,” Clinton said pulling out a Ushanka to the laughter and applause of the audience, and added, “Look, I mean, if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em.”

    READ MORE: If You Can't Beat 'Em': WATCH Hillary Clinton Putting on Russian Ushanka Hat

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