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An excerpt of an interview with Hillary Clinton in Kyrgyzstan is generating major buzz over her response to a moderator's question about  - what else - her fashion sense.

Here's the transcript of the exchange ...

    MODERATOR 1: OK. Which designers do you prefer?
    CLINTON: What designers of clothes?
    MODERATOR 1: Yes.
    CLINTON: Would you ever ask a man that question? (Laughter.) (Applause.)
    MODERATOR 1: Probably not. Probably not. (Applause.)

HC in Charge

Owned. The exchange, posted on Tuesday by Boston Review, has been shared thousands of times online, even though it actually took place back in 2010.

Clinton's awesome response has garnered widespread praise among women, though to be fair, 99 percent of the town hall-style interview was focused on the ever-turbulent global political and socioeconomic climate, foreign and domestic policy.

Nevertheless, we wouldn't recommend asking such trivial questions, future moderators. Have you seen the texts from Hillary Clinton? She runs the world.

Chelsea Clinton in Vogue? More topical, but probably still out of bounds.

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Hillary Clinton made major headlines on her trip through Asia ... not just for averting a massive diplomatic crisis, but for wearing no makeup!

The Secretary of State finessed a delicate situation between the U.S. and China over a blind dissident, pressed India to reduce its oil imports from the rogue Iran, and deflected the persistent rumors that she will run for president in 2016.

And finally … the 64-year-old (gasp) wore very little make-up, sported glasses and had un-coiffed hair during an official event in Bangladesh:

Hillary Clinton, No Makeup

"Hillary Au Naturale" has been scrutinized after photos of her wearing glasses, loose hair and nothing but a little bit of lipstick hit the Internet.

Her response? To paraphrase Rihanna: F--ks? Not given.

Clinton told CNN: "I feel so relieved to be at the stage I'm at in my life right now, because if I want to wear my glasses, I'm wearing my glasses."

"If I want to pull my hair back, I'm pulling my hair back."

In the 2008 primary race, there was much chatter about her short hair and pantsuits, even her use of scrunchies, an outdated hair tie that Carrie Bradshaw Sex and the City famously mocked ... back when that show was still on.

Hil likes 'em because they keep her hair back neatly and out of her face, though, and she's too busy running the entire world to care. So step off.

Going makeup free is a thing now anyways. We've seen AnnaLynne McCord, Demi Lovato and Lady Gaga without makeup. Clinton's just trendy.

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Last night in Denver, Sen. Hillary Clinton spoke before the Democratic National Convention, urging party unity and support for Sen. Barack Obama.

She can give a great speech - but it's the former presidential candidate's style we're concerned about. The former First Lady even poked fun at herself, referring to her supporters as The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pantsuits.

Britney Spears, Plaid Shirt

Did Hillary Clinton make it work - or should the fashion police pull her over? Tell us if you think it's a fashion hit or miss in the poll below!

 

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Like Hillary Clinton or absolutely despise her insincere, pandering persona, you have to admit that the former First Lady can at least laugh at herself.

She smiled through her explanation of how she conveniently misremembered being under sniper attack in Bosnia - and she's also poked fun at her past choice of outfits.

Mugler Shot

Regarding the following sweater she wore in 1998, Clinton said: ""Sometimes the Christmas spirit gets the best of me."

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The Hollywood Gossip Fashion Police were just about to pull over Hillary Clinton, but we learned that the Crying Police already cited her.

Besides, the Democratic presidential candidate was willing to poke fun at herself in the new Us Weekly, admitting that some of her fashion choices in the past haven't been, um, stellar. That's a nice way of putting it ...

Of this tropical-colored, ankle length coat at a Feed the Children event in 2000, Clinton quipped: "I'm a big believer in recycling â€" even carpets!"

She also mocked her own wedding dress, joking and referencing a great Seinfeld quote, "They got the idea for the ‘puffy shirt' from me!"

Hillary Clinton is running neck-and-neck with Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination, with 22 states holding primaries or caucuses today.

The former First Lady has attracted celebrities such as Jack Nicholson, America Ferrera and Amber Tamblyn to her camp, while Barack Obama is endorsed by Oprah Winfrey, Scarlett Johansson, will.i.am, Kate Walsh and many others.

A number of Obama supporters recently released this cool music video.