Although she’s not out of the woods after being busted driving 119 mph last year , former Westchester County District Attorney Jeanine Pirro is heading into the woods, this time looking for Chappaqua’s Hilary Clinton.
“So here I am in front of the woods in Chappaqua looking for Hillary,” Pirro, now a Fox News host, posted in a teaser video on Twitter Friday night. “Do you think I’ll find her? Do you think she’s anywhere around?”
Clinton became infamous for her hikes and woodland sightings, with Saturday Night Live even spoofing them following her surprise loss to President Donald Trump. Neither Pirro, nor SNL found the former presidential hopeful during their searches.
More than two million people viewed Pirro’s teaser on Twitter .
Pirro found herself on the wrong side of the news last November, when New York State Police troopers busted her driving 119 mph in the Town of Nichols, which is in Tioga County upstate, near Owego and her hometown Elmira. Pirro was due to answer the speeding charge earlier this month, though the court has not received her plea.
Clinton, who has lived in Chappaqua with her husband, former President Bill Clinton, since the late 1990s, took long, contemplative strolls in the nearby woods after being beaten by Trump, who owns an estate in nearby Bedford.
Pirro is currently the host of “Justice With Judge Jeanine” on Fox News. She previously hosted the show “Judge Jeanine Pirro” on the CW, which was canceled six years ago. Pirro was the Westchester District Attorney from 1993 until 2005.
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