The US presidential candidate is in the final stretch of drumming up support for election day on November 8 and has taken her campaign to a Gunners-supporting bar in Miami.
Arsenal supporters have shown themselves to be adept at influencing votes and it may be that they are about to play a part in the biggest poll of 2016.
Forget about Brexit, Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson, we’re talking about the battle for the White House on the other side of the pond.
The US presidential election is heading down the final straight, with Americans set to appoint Barack Obama’s successor on November 8.
Donald Trump has loomed over the headlines thus far but his opponent, Hillary Clinton, has been generating plenty of her own of late – and not just on the political pages.
The Democratic Party candidate, hoping to follow in the footsteps of husband Bill, has been busy drumming up support for her campaign and appears to have turned to exiled Gooners for help.
As a democrat, Clinton would be expected to favour blue over red, while naming her daughter Chelsea also suggests that she would be more at home in west London than the north.
Her decision has been made, though, and – as we all know – once you have nailed your colours to a particular mast, there is no going back.