If you come across the following, more-than-outrageous "excerpt" from Hillary Clinton's new book, you should know that the real version is due out September 12.
And if you are accustomed to thinking, even a little bit, you will realize that the passage is not real. I mean, read this "quote" from Hillary:
The fictionalized version of a clip from Hillary's memoir, What Happened, was tweeted out by a viral account called Pixelated Boat, which tweets memes, jokes, and comics.
The full version of the fake passage is definitely getting laughs:
But think back to the election, before Trump redefined "fake news" to mean CNN. Back in the bygone days of 2016, "fake news" meant the type of articles that claimed Hillary Clinton "had a third heart attack" and was too frail to survive the election.