Device Hillary Was Caught Wearing Has Everyone Talking

Hillary Clinton was the talk of the town after appearing at OZY Fest wearing a dress which people said looked like an evening gown, or worse, a hospital gown. Her speech at the event was her familiar bashing of President Trump and other apocalyptic rhetoric.

In her speech, Hillary criticized President Trump and his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin and defended migrants in the country illegally. She even offered to pay for immigrant travel, Chicago Tribune reports:

illary Clinton is offering a helping hand to immigrants looking to reunite with their families: She says she’ll help organize transportation they might not be able to afford.

“I’m going to be tweeting about this in the days to come, but if any of you work for an airline please direct message me because these families will need vouchers and discounted tickets to be reunited over these thousands of miles,” she told a crowd cheering her Saturday in Central Park when she took the stage as part of a star-studded summer festival of conversation, music and food.

Immigrants separated from their children after crossing the U.S. border illegally was only one topic addressed by the former Democratic presidential candidate, secretary of state and U.S. senator from New York as part of the OZY Fest in the park’s Rumsey Playfield.

She was interviewed by Laurene Powell Jobs, founder of the Emerson Collective, a nonprofit advocate of liberal causes that led the event.

Some people were less focused on her words and more on what she was wearing, including one device around her neck in particular.

So what is it? Some people believe it is a Life Alert button in case she falls and is unable to get up. Check it out:

Some people are saying this is not a good look for the woman who was running for the presidency a mere year and a half ago.

The photo fed the rumors that she was suffering a physical illness:

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