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Even Hillary Clinton is creeped out by 'The Handmaid's Tale'

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The timing of Hulu's dystopian show The Handmaid's Tale has been eerily relevant in today's world, so much so that even Hillary Clinton is creeped out.


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Clinton referenced the terrifying world of the Handmaids, which Hulu adapted from a classic 1985 Margaret Atwood novel, while delivering a speech at Planned Parenthood's 100th Anniversary Gala on Tuesday. In the speech, Clinton used Atwood's story to highlight an important point about politicians working to cut Planned Parenthood funding and health care that provides access to birth control and abortions. Read more...

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