Last night was a big one for Hillary Clinton. After a grueling fifteen-month campaign, she finally made it official, becoming the Democratic presidential nominee and the first-ever woman lead to major political party.
How did the media respond to her historic achievement? By putting her husband on the front page.
A number of major papers, including the Chicago Tribune, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post, lead their Wednesday editions with photos of Bill Clinton.
Not surprisingly, Twitter users were not thrilled to see the wrong Clinton in the media spotlight.
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While Hillary Clinton did not appear in person at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night, plenty of media outlets managed to work around that fact by using photos of her Jumbotron cameo or images of female delegates.
For more Wednesday front pages and home pages reporting on Clinton’s historic nomination, check out this thorough rundown from Poynter.