The Westchester County mom who grabbed a bittersweet picture of herself with Hillary Clinton, a day after the election, said Monday she’s been getting threats because of the viral snap.
Margot Gerster was out hiking in Chappaqua on Wednesday when she ran into the former secretary of state and Bill Clinton walking their dog on the same trail — leading to the popular, post-election image snapped by Bubba.
Reached by The Post and asked if she had received any threats via phone, mail or email, Gerster said, “yes,” but then refused to elaborate.
“I don’t want to discuss this anymore,” said Gerster, 30. “This story needs to go away. It got a lot of positive feedback from a lot of people, but I don’t want this to add on to this (blowback), I don’t want to fuel the fire.”
Gerster declined to say if she reported any threats to cops.
A spokeswoman for the New Castle police, which covers Chappaqua, said Monday morning there was no record of a report from Gerster.