When Hillary Clinton’s book tour for “What Happened” was announced, everyone (except her) had a good laugh that she’d finally be visiting Wisconsin — on Nov. 9th, no less.
She’ll be visiting Milwaukee in November, and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Bill Glauber will be there to cover it. He even has the ticket to prove it, though it wasn’t cheap.
Covering Hillary Clinton from the 'cheap seats' Nov. 9 in MKE. $162.25 including fees. No book. pic.twitter.com/yFedsvvqMY
— BillGlauber (@BillGlauber) September 27, 2017
Wow — the cheap seats to see Hillary Clinton are $145 plus fees? It shouldn’t be such a surprise, really, seeing what she was charging on Wall Street.
Worth it. Do you know how rare it is for her to go to Wisconsin?
— Grant Bosse (@grantbosse) September 27, 2017
As far as we know, there isn’t a band, or a light show, or a small army of roadies and guitar techs loading in instruments and pyrotechnics, so where’s all the money going? Make-up?
We need that money for schools, healthcare & infrastructure https://t.co/MTJ24O6jkH
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) September 27, 2017
She must be broke again just like after she left the WH. @siefken11
— Tee (@teeee31) September 27, 2017
at some point you've made enough money
— Kevin Craig (@KC11A18A) September 27, 2017
Just tell them, "It's for the children."
— Kirk Severs (@integritycarpet) September 27, 2017
That’s a lotta Chardonnay
— Blair Mckee (@BlairDMckee) September 27, 2017
And all proceeds to go to Haiti!!!???????????
— Mitzi (@emilie_anne) September 27, 2017
And yet, on her own, she couldn't fill a high school gym for free during the campaign.
— Trumplican Covfefe (@TrumplicanPA) September 27, 2017
I understand the demand since this is the 1st time she's been 2 Wisconsin since 2008….
— Matthew Weaver (@weave22) September 27, 2017
Hey, at least she found Wisconsin.
— Ig (@Ig_Bricker) September 27, 2017
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‘Found it!’ Hillary Clinton’s book tour schedule triggers HILLARYOUS mock-a-lanche https://t.co/zeOdl1W49C
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) August 28, 2017