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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Associated Press / Chris Heller

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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