A lot more went into Hillary Clinton's Chipotle order than guacamole.
While Fox News wondered if the new presidential candidate's recent stop at the Mexican fast food chain was "hispanic outreach" and the rest of the media freaked out that it was even happening, comedy site Above Average has the scoop on what the real strategy was behind the notorious chicken burrito bowl.
The new sketch imagines a boardroom full of charts, sample dishes and more instances of the phrase "less tongue" than you would probably expect from a political meeting. But, then again, we're not politicians.
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