Hillary Clinton's late night out at a Colombia bar has proven to become yet another distraction to President Barack Obama's official visit to the country, prompting either outrage or praise over the Secretary of State's cool-girl image.
Photographers caught the Secretary of State letting loose at a Cuban-themed club called Café Havana in Cartegena, where the Obama administration was in town for the weekend-long Summit of the Americas.
The New York Post cover, whose Monday morning cover featured the beer-drinking Clinton and the huge bold headline Swillary, was among one of the more harsh headlines. The Telegraph's Nile Gardiner questioned Is Hillary Clinton becoming an embarrassment as Secretary of State? while conservative blog Breitbart.com wrote, Clinton decided to get her groove on at taxpayer expense.
Other media outlets praised the secretary of state's newfound image, coming off the heels of the Texts from Hillary meme she participated in. Newser called in badass turn No. 2, while Vanity Fair's Juli Winer asked, When did Hillary Clinton become the coolest person on the planet?The Atlantic's Elspeth Reeve wrote people love her even more for it.
So what exactly went down? The New York Post got the scoop on the details of the visit.
Clinton reportedly arrived at Café Havana with a dozen others, knocking down a Columbian-brewed Aguila (Eagle).
The Secretary of State even hit the dance floor a little bit and posed for pictures. Witnesses told the Post Clinton played maracas and danced the rumba to a live house band, shaking the hands of all 11 members before she left.
Clinton's party reportedly ordered a round: a dozen beers, two shots, bottle of water and left the waiter a $40 tip.
The pictures come during an investigation into whether or not secret service members and millitary personnel solicited prostitutes ahead of President Obama's visit to the country, proving to be a yet another distraction from a trip that was supposed to be about trade with Colombia and labor.
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