Trump’s Social Media Director Just Threatened to Post Video of Hillary Clinton’s Concession Call

“I have on video & will share that in the near future,” Dan Scavino tweets

Question: What do you do when you have little to show for after six months of being elected the leader of the free world?

Answer: Go after Hillary Clinton in a painfully obvious slight-of-hand trick.

On the six-month anniversary of Donald Trump’s baffling upset, White House Social Media Director Dan Scavino decided to commemorate the occasion with a rather head-scratching move: releasing a video recording of Clinton’s concession call.

On Tuesday, Scavino posted a screen shot from White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway’s phone of what looks to be Clinton’s concession call, placed from Huma Abedin’s phone to Conway’s.

The screen-grab shows a timestamp of 2:30 a.m. — just before Trump gave his victory speech six months ago today.

We don’t know yet what Clinton said — Scavino says he plans to share video from the call at a later date — but we do know that whatever she said, it took about two minutes to say.

Conway quickly joined in on the fun: “Hey, , has EVERYONE “accepted the election results” yet?” she tweeted back.

At least Team Trump is complaining about a phone call — a retreat from their go-to obsession with her emails.