She might be the next president of the United States, but former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s foray into the book publishing world is a flop. Due to low consumer demand Mrs. Clinton’s new autobiography, “Hard Choices,” has already landed in the sale bin with 40% slashed off the original sticker price.
Twitter user Toby Harden quoted a manager at Books a Million in Birmingham, AL, who said the slow sales of Hillary’s book were “unusual,” and “really threw me.” There are 220+ Books a Million stores nationwide.
40% discount on @HillaryClinton book at @booksamillion. Manager: "very unusual" >20% for new book, "really threw me" pic.twitter.com/KaLEeXRZX2
— Toby Harnden (@tobyharnden) June 10, 2014
The book covers Hillary’s life story including the time when she learned her husband Bill — then the president of the United States — used the Oval office for unofficial White House business with a randy young intern named Monica Lewinsky.
Mrs. Clinton, 66, said she accepted that her husband cheated on her and she has “moved on” from the scandal.
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