The Clintons Are On a Speaking Tour, and It Didn't Start Off So Well


So far, Bill and Hillary Clinton are on what looks to be a not-so-successful 13-city speaking tour in Canada. Why do I say that?

Well first, they had huge problems selling tickets. 

Their speaking engagement, entitled, “An Evening with the Clintons,” was first held at a stadium that holds about 19,000 people. According to Daily Mail, the Clintons only sold about 3,300 of those seats. Some tickets went for as low as $6.55 — Canadian, of course — and still didn't sell.

Second, Hillary Clinton had another one of her long coughing spells that...well, she's basically becoming known for. Who knows how long someone can last on a 13-city tour when they’re regurgitating their lungs like that?

That event was held at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, and while the seats were pretty much empty, the event was full of the Clintons spending time bashing Trump.

Bill and Hill seem to think that most people want to see them pointing one finger after another at the president regardless of what they’re blaming him for, and they are allowed to do that. But they should remember that this may not be what people really want to see - and the ticket sales may prove that.

I mean think about it: the President has thousands of people wanting to see him at any arena he attends. The Clintons? Not so much. So instead of taking shots at the President, try taking some lessons from him on how to fill a stadium.

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