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To examine Clinton’s new book, ‘What Happened’
Response to ‘The Greg Gutfeld Show”
Hillary Clinton visits New Hampshire on Tuesday to plug her new book. She used the opportunity to rebuke the President of Donald Trump’s claims that electoral fraud may have led to their victory in the state by a few thousand votes.
About 1000 people came to the meeting, the failed presidential candidate and get a signed copy of your book “What Happened”, making your point of view, the reason why Trump defeated her in the race for the White house.
“I love coming to New Hampshire, and I love the friends I’ve made over 25 years now. So I have a chance to come back, I’m excited to take it,” Clinton told the audience.
Clinton of the state in November last year by a mere 2,736 votes, but Trump insisted that it was the result of a slow choice for wearing in the state, prompting him to set up a Commission to investigate the allegations. Some have suggested that more than 5,000 people, slips of the issued voting may not be residents of the state.
TODAY: In the NH book signing @Hillary Clinton says that everyone has the chance to visit #FITNESS “I’m excited to take it”; but she skips the comments on @realDonaldTrump electoral fraud claimshttps://t. co/laZ7DYjnxj #nhpolitics #Hillary Clinton pic.twitter.com/m4YUipOw0X
— Paul Steinhauser (@steinhauserNH1), 5. December 2017
The former US-foreign Minister dismissed the allegations, but not in the question. “Well, you can read my book and find out what I think,” she said.
Not everyone was happy to see that Clinton. Fans of Bernie Sanders protested at the event with a fan holding a banner to thank Sanders “for the production of Medicare 4 All the winged words.” He said Clinton represents a corrupt system that rewards greed.
“Bernie doesn’t do that, so it’s spread that word at every opportunity,” he said. “Does it good? I don’t know it. I really don’t know.”
Vermin Supreme, a joke candidate, and local novelty, the store also made an appearance at the protest in front of the book, in which Clinton’s voice, his eccentric message through a megaphone.
“You should leave,” Supreme ally Heather Allain of the Concord Monitor said. “She’s a big girl, so you should go, put on your big girl pants and find something else to do.”
“You should go away. She’s a big girl, so you should go, put on your big girl pants and find something else to do.”
– Protester Heather Allain, and said to the Concord Monitor
Clinton supporters do not share the opinion of the protesters, although they seemed excited by the trump-administration than Clinton’s presence Tuesday.
“Every time he opens his mouth, it is a lie. Don’t even get me started,” said the 65-year-old Karolyn Zimmermann, adding that she believes, “trump is the destruction of our country.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.