Hillary Clinton is currently touring the US, promoting her book "Hard Choices." Credit: Getty Images
Hillary Clinton is on the second day of her book tour and will be reading from her new book, "Hard Choices" today in New York City, at the Union Square Barnes & Noble. The event starts at 11 a.m., and Clinton fans have been lined up since 8 a.m. to ensure getting the much coveted wristband securing the promise of a signed copy of the book.
Customers are limited to getting only one copy of the book signed by the former First Lady and Secretary of State. She will not be signing anything other than books and Simon & Schuster is unsure whether she will be accepting baby gifts for Chelsea Clinton, who is expecting her first child.
Clinton's memoir "Hard Choices" is about her time as President Obama's Secretary of State and her career, which has taken her around the globe. In a recent interview with Diane Sawyer, Clinton shockingly revealed that she and her husband were broke when they left the White House at he end of his presidency and that paying for Chelsea's college tuition was a struggle. Money shouldn't be a problem anymore; she reportedly received $8 million for penning this book.