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Hillary Clinton made it clear that if she wants to become president, she’ll indeed have to work for it. Speaking to an audience in Canada, she contrasted this with the sham democracy of Russia, imagining a conversation between autocrat Vladimir Putin and — well, a voice that some people thought sounded kind of familiar.

Click above to watch Hillary Clinton show off her impression skills — then share this video!

Video via the Winnipeg Free Press.

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