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When Crowd Turned Their Backs On Clinton

The first presidential debate saw hundreds of youngsters turning their backs on Hillary Clinton- to take selfie

When Crowd Turned Their Backs On Clinton
| Courtesy - Twitter/Barbara Kinney
When Crowd Turned Their Backs On Clinton
outlookindia.com
2016-09-27T15:26:30+05:30
Hundreds of youngesters turned their back on US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton literally -- to take selfie.
 
The image clicked by Barbara Kinney, a photographer on the Clinton campaign, has gone viral on Twitter. 
 
 At first look, we get the impression that there is a more interesting person in the room -- much important than Clinton who could go on to become the first woman president of the United States of America -- and the youngsters are keen to click the person. 
 
But no, they were trying to get themselves and Clinton in one frame in the front-facing camera of their phones.
 
Welcome to the world of crowd selfie. 
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