Watch Hillary Clinton and Her Camp Nail the "Mannequin Challenge"

Bon Jovi and Bill Clinton take part in the viral craze as well.

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The sweeping Internet craze dubbed the “Mannequin Challenge” has taken over Hillary Clinton’s private jet. This Tuesday morning, the Democratic presidential nominee shared a video showing her and a bunch of staffers having engaged in the new trend. They all stood frozen as a cameraman maneuvered his way into the back of the plane where Clinton alongside a guitar-playing Bon Jovi made their grand appearance. Not to mention, a wide-grinning Bill Clinton popped up after 30 seconds in the clip as well. Unfortunately, Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles” isn’t pulsating in the background, but all in all, it’s a quirky one-minute video to observe.

“Don’t stand still. Vote today,” the video implores. Watch Hillary nail the “mannequin challenge” below and let us know your thoughts.

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