Winks From Hillary

The camera doesn't lie: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton winks exactly like Arrested Development matriarch Lucille Bluth.

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First there was the great Texts From Hillary. Then, after she let her hair down in Cartagena, the Internet had another moment with the Secretary of State. But now, there's a new chapter in the annals of Clinton memery that's going to blow your mind: Hillary winks like Lucille Bluth.

For those that haven't the pleasure of Fox's short-lived, oft-acclaimed sitcom Arrested Development -- and really, that's a misdeed that should be immediately resolved -- Lucille is the alcoholic, sardonic matriarch of the Bluth family. And she's terrible at winking.

The resemblance between winks is simply uncanny. So, take a look below, then spend the rest of your day pairing up Arrested Development characters with their White House doppelgangers. (We'll start: Joe Biden is Steve Holt.)

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Chris Heller is a senior associate editor at The Atlantic. He has also written for NPR, Washington City Paper, and Metro Weekly.

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