Super Bowl: Hillary Clinton Blasts Fox News in Tweet

The former Secretary of State uses the big game as an opportunity to vent about some of her coverage.
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Hillary Clinton during Senate hearings about the Benghazi attack.

Hillary Clinton used the Super Bowl to jokingly vent about some of the coverage she's received on Fox News.

During the game, which was broadcasted on Fox, Clinton sent out the following tweet:

Clinton's message has been retweeted more than 54,000 times.

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Fox News has extensively covered the deadly 2012 attack on the American diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, an event which some have blamed on the then Secretary of State.

The tweet also came just hours after a contentious interview between Clinton's former boss President Obama and Fox News' Bill O'Reilly, in which the two men argued about the Benghazi attack, among other subjects.

During the interview, Obama said Fox News was responsible for lingering questions about what happened in Benghazi, telling O'Reilly, "These kinds of things keep on surfacing because you and your TV station will promote them."