2016 Democratic White House candidate Hillary Clinton did a segment with Comedy Central’s Jordan Klepper recently, in which she sat down to read a portion of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report to determine whether or not Donald Trump and Russia colluded to sway the last presidential election.

That’s when she took the opportunity to mock the president.

The segment was part of Klepper’s new show and the host had invited former President Bill Clinton and his wife on his inaugural program. The trio pretends to search through GoFundMe listings for worthwhile charities and find a page that wants to convince Hillary Clinton to read nearly the entire Mueller report.

“Let me start it,” Hillary says. “I’d be happy to.”

“The investigation established that the Russian government perceived it would benefit from a Trump presidency,” Clinton began reading. Then Klepper says, “Feel it, Secretary Clinton. Feel it, just imagine like you have a history with this.”

That’s when Hillary takes her cue to start making fun of Trump when she gets to the part about what the president reportedly said when he heard a special counsel had been appointed.

“The President slumped back in his chair and said, ‘Oh my God. This is terrible. This is the end of my Presidency. I’m f****d,” Clinton reads, making her voice really low and obviously trying to impersonate Trump.

No doubt, the liberal Comedy Central audience will get a huge kick out of the loser of the 2016 presidential election mocking the President of the United States. Could you imagine the left’s reaction if John McCain or Mitt Romney had done the same to Barack Obama when he was in office?

Later, Bill and Hillary Clinton along with Klepper find another GoFundMe page intended to pay for law school for one student who wants to impeach the president. Hillary said that the posting was subpar–but also that she would happily donate money to a Kickstarter fund to send Attorney General William Barr “back to law school for continuing legal education.”

Bill Clinton agreed, “Yeah, if someone wanted to fund his continuing legal education, I’d be for that.”

‘Hilarious,’ right? ‘Comedy Central’ should change its name to Pathetic Liberal Bubble Central.

Apparently preaching to the choir is a good business model.