Hillary explains bizarre New York Times cover

Hillary Clinton held a press conference this morning to explain her appearance on the startling New York Times cover.

Hillary Clinton held a press conference this morning to explain her appearance on the startling New York Times cover.

“It’s no big deal,” said a bemused Hillary Clinton. “I’m just a little puffy from my Botox injections…it’ll all be gone in a couple of days.”

Showing Clinton as a fat, bloated ball was originally thought to be an editorial dig by the Times.

Showing Clinton as a fat, bloated ball was originally thought to be an editorial dig by the Times.

The image of “Planet Hillary” on the New York Times Magazine has caused an Internet sensation and spawned dozens of parodies in just a few hours.  Clinton explained that she had posed for the illustration immediately after receiving a Botox treatment and the artist simply drew what they saw.

“It’s not the artists fault,” said Clinton. “I’m still a little puffed up.”

Asked by the media if this recent round of cosmetic treatments was an attempt to appear younger for voters in the upcoming presidential race, Clinton would only repeat that she’s just trying to look nice for Bill, and it had no connection to any future political plans.

Some of the parodies on the Internet are "getting a little carried away" according to Clinton.

Some of the parodies on the Internet are “getting a little carried away” according to Clinton.

orange

The Hillary moon-head phenomena also caused a resurgence in the popularity of the annoying orange.

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