Hillary Clinton rode the 4 train with Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr.
Hillary Clinton hopped aboard a Bronx 4 train Thursday — and took a shot at her old-school rival Bernie Sanders in the process.
As Clinton swiped through the turnstile at the 161st St.-Yankee Stadium Station she referenced Sanders’ much-mocked comment to the Daily News editorial board revealing his mistaken belief New Yorkers still use subway tokens.
“I think it was my first term when we changed from tokens to MetroCards,” Clinton said.
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Tokens were officially phased out in 2003.
But the Democratic frontrunner wasn’t exactly a seasoned straphanger, either. It took her a solid five swipes of her MetroCard to make it through.
Clinton then boarded the train, turning the car into a complete madhouse.
Secret Service, photographers and reporters packed the train, surprising riders who snapped pictures with their phones.
“I think she’s so beautiful! I’m voting for her. She’s going to be the first woman president of the United States,” said Myron DeCosta, 25, who was heading from his job at a nursing home to a second job.
“We need more jobs,” he added.
Hillary Clinton jabbed Bernie Sanders for failing to realize New Yorkers no longer use subway tokens.
In true New York fashion, a few straphangers were unimpressed.
Denise Castillo, 19, who sported blue hair and blue fingernails, barely looked up from her phone.
“It’s just a normal day,” she said.
Clinton only rode two stops before disembarking at 170th St. With a crowd of people following her, she walked into a breakfast and burger joint, Munch Time, with Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr.