Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton was spotted in New York City on Halloween with a hat that boasted the message, "This is my costume."
Chelsea, the daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, was running errands with her daughter, Charlotte, and her family's nanny, when she was seen wearing the humorous hat.
The 37-year-old was wearing a pair of skinny black pants and a tan trench coat along with the lighthearted hat, which was a reference to the rest of her outfit not being a Halloween costume, the Daily Mail reported.
Meanwhile, amid news of indictments and scandal within President Donald Trump's administration -- and the former Trump campaign's alleged collusion with Russia -- an Oxford University study showed that robots might have swayed the 2016 election away from a victory for Hillary, Business Insider reports.
The study reportedly showed that if Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, three swing states, had just 2 percent fewer robots, Hillary would have secured enough votes to beat Trump.
"Building on the intuition that voters who have lost out to technology are more likely to opt for radical political change, we examine if robots shaped the outcome of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election," researchers stated in the study, Business Insider reported.
On the same day that charges against Trump's former campaign chairman and his associate were filed and indictments were handed down, Hillary was in Chicago promoting her new book. At her book release event, she humorously called out Fox News for shifting the focus onto her whenever scandal surrounding Trump comes to light.
"All the networks except Fox are reporting what’s really going on. ... It appears they don't know I’m not president," NBC News reporter Alex Seitz-Wald tweeted, quoting the former first lady.
Former Clinton campaign spokesman Brian Fallon told The Washington Post that Fox News treats Clinton "as if she won the election" -- a point that was made an example of following several Fox News segments surrounding the president.
"The speculation is so insane right now. What we should be focusing on are the continued lies of the Clinton administration, the continued fallacies that they perpetuate," former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski said on "Fox & Friends" after news of the indictment broke.
"What did Hil -- what did President Clinton, uh or, President Clinton wannabe, President Obama and key members of the Obama administration, what did they know about the Uranium One scandal?" Fox News anchor Sean Hannity said on his program.