For the price of $1200, you can spend the evening listening to Hillary whine about all the reasons she lost.
Likely on the agenda is Hillary complaining about Russians, Macedonians, “fake news” and all her other pathetic reasons she got crushed Nov 8th 2016.
The big question is…
What dummies will pay $1200 per seat when people didn’t even want to attend her free events?
Hillary Clinton will be back in the spotlight this fall for an unprecedented, big-ticket book tour for her new tome What Happened, with tickets priced as high as $1,200.
On Monday, the ex-Democratic nominee announced ‘Hillary Clinton Live,’ a 15-city tour, which includes stops in a handful of states she lost in the election last year.
Promotional materials for her first stop, at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C., promises Clinton plans to ‘let loose’ and tell her audience a ‘personal, raw, detailed and surprisingly funny story’ of her election loss and recovery.
Former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is going on a 15-city book tour this fall, where she’ll promote her new tome What HappenedThe website promoting the tour, which is being called ‘Hillary Clinton Live,’ features a quote from the ex-presidential candidate, where she promises to let her guard down
The website promoting the tour, HillaryClintonBookTour.com, features a quote from Clinton too.
‘In the past, for reasons I try to explain, I’ve often felt I had to be careful in public, like I was up on a wire without a net,’ she said. ‘Now I’m letting my guard down,’ she pledged.
The tour kicks off on September 18 in D.C. and continues on all through fall.
Clinton is making stops in the trio of states that are largely blamed for her election loss: Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan.
Sticking to blue areas within those states, she’ll head to Ann Arbor, Michigan on October 24, Milwaukee, Wisconsin on November 9 – exactly one year to the day that she gave her concession speech – and then head on to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on November 30.
Clinton is hitting up a trio of Canadian cities too, making appearances in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.
Top-tier ticket packages in those cities cost $3,000 Canadian dollars for two seats, or, in American dollars, about $1,200 a pop.