Presidential candidates obsess over every aspect of their public images—even things as trivial as 404 pages.
The only unimpeachably good things to emerge from the 2016 presidential election so far have been the 404 pages of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
I’ll back that up, but some context first: When a visitor follows a broken link, or a server can’t find a certain webpage, that server returns a 404 error and usually a “404 Not Found” page. This page tells the user there’s nothing there and then guides them to a search bar or a homepage. Every website has one of these. And out of all the websites from the candidates in the 2016 field, the Clinton and Sanders 404 pages stand apart.
Clinton’s features the candidate standing next to Bill, Chelsea, and Donald Duck. She wears turquoise; Bill, salmon; Chelsea, teal; the duck, a sailor suit. Their outfits, in other words, recall the ’90s (except for the sailor suit). They are also all wearing Donald Duck hats, except (again) Donald, who is wearing a conical party hat, because if he was wearing a Donald Duck hat it would be weird.