Clinton then referenced a conversation with Lean In author and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, in which she was told young women were under "tremendous pressure" from the men in their lives not to vote for her.
During an interview Wednesday on Anderson Cooper: 360, host Anderson Cooper references a portion of Clinton's book in which she wrote that Comey "shivved" her - which he pointed out was a "strong word" that implied that Comey's actions were personal.
FOX21 reached out to the Tattered Cover bookstore for any information for those who are still looking to attend the book signing, but the bookstore said the event has reached full capacity and there is no possibility to accommodate any more people. "He himself admitted that before Congress".
"No nation, particularly an adversarial nation can mess with our democracy", she said. "That's what I'm worried about".More news: Hurricane Jose Is Category 1, Continues to Weaken
She should have at least put a question mark after the title, making it "What Happened?".
There's a reason Clinton's middle name is prominent on the title page. "I had to call back on my faith and my family, my friends".
Clinton appeared in an extended interview with CNN host Anderson Cooper, who brought up the Electoral College as an institution. "W$3 e're talking about one of the most important news sources in the world - the paper that often sets the tone for everyone else". Research shows that when a woman asks for a raise, she risks appearing greedy, demanding or unkind. By contrast with her book, it's sad. "But I just hope people will take what happened this time seriously and be ready and willing to vote the next time". "I love Hillary", Al Franken, the senator from Minnesota, said a few weeks ago.
An FBI spokeswoman did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the development. He owns three homes in the city and is up for reelection in two months. "I'd like to see us move beyond it, yes", Clinton said. She graduated there the same year I graduated from seminary on the West Coast. Bernie Sanders, who challenged Clinton for the Democratic nomination in 2016.