Clinton campaign takes on the viral 'Mannequin Challenge'

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In recent weeks, a new trend has taken over social media: the "mannequin challenge." It began with high school kids in Florida, and involves all participants standing completely still in various poses:

Many have taken on the challenge, from other students to rap duo Rae Sremmurd to the crew of Dancing With the Stars. Each "challenge" proves more impressive than the last:

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On Election Day, Hillary Clinton's campaign released their take on the challenge. Early morning, Clinton's official Twitter account shared a video; it urged the public, "Don't stand still" and go vote:

In addition to featuring individuals from Clinton's camp, former President Bill Clinton participated:

Credit: Twitter

Clinton herself froze in place for the challenge as well, rubbing elbows with top staffer Huma Abedin and musician Jon Bon Jovi:

Credit: Twitter

The video quickly picked up steam, garnering thousands of likes and retweets.

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@HillaryClinton So cool! #ElectionDay #ImWithHer #iVoted 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
@HillaryClinton that is amazing some1 deserves a promotion! & Hilary; this is the most Obama thing yet! It is enough for me. \^_^/
@HillaryClinton https://t.co/eykwXdy3PM
@NeilTurner_ @HillaryClinton LITERALLY WOW THATS SO COOL
@HillaryClinton POTUS
@HillaryClinton EXCELLENT!!! Well done oh so very well done!
@hillaryclinton @toksafikuyomi Today is your day Mam! Victory all the way..... Wishing you a successful presidency in advance
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