Former New York Senator Hillary Clinton Struggles to Swipe Her Subway MetroCard

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Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton was in New York City to campaign when the former New York senator struggled with one of the city’s most well-known challenges – swiping a MetroCard.

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Clinton had difficulty swiping her MetroCard at one the city’s subway turnstiles and the incident was caught on camera.

Once footage hit the airwaves, Twitter users had a field day.

If it is any consolation, many fulltime city dwellers struggle with the swipe as well.

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Clinton took a dig at former Brooklynite Bernie Sanders who said in a recent Daily News interview that in order to ride the subway “you get a token and you get in."

The city has not had tokens since 2003.

“I think it was my first term when we changed from tokens to MetroCards,” Clinton said.

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