Hillary Clinton may be losing the support of the under-30 set to Bernie Sanders, but she has a plan to get young voters back on her side — by campaigning on a platform that’s about as old as they are.
As explained by Stephen Colbert on his show Monday night, Clinton’s campaign is reaching out “with an ad on the youth-friendly social network, America Online.”
“Her new campaign slogan,” Colbert explained, is the series of screeches, beeps, and boops familiar to anyone to remembers what dial-up sounds like.
“AOL is where all the cool teens go,” Colbert quipped. “They go there to update their Geocities page.”
Clinton still playing catch-up with Internet culture is nothing new: Last week, the candidate indicated that she still didn’t know what “going viral” meant.
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