Hillary Clinton coming to Vancouver to promote her upcoming book

Milwaukee will be one of eight different cities she will be traveling to for her fall tour of North America celebrating the release of her new memoir, What Happened. Here's where you can see the former First Lady, Senator and Secretary of State in NY.

A recent release share that "Hillary will pull the curtain back on a story that's personal, raw, detailed, and surprisingly amusing". It details her loss to Donald Trump in November.

Clinton will make an appearance in Portland to promote the book.

Other states on her tour include Pennsylvania, Florida and MI, which were all won by Trump.

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The show will provide Clinton's Wisconsin fans with the chance to finally see their ex-candidate in person after she failed to visit the state even once in the general election, while Trump repeatedly returned to host rallies there. In the USA, she will sell seats for much less, with some tickets in Broward, Florida, going for between $50 and $350. The books can also be purchased in Larkin Square on Wednesday, September 27, and at the Larkin Market from 11 a.m.to 2 p.m. or before the event on the 28th starting at 9 a.m. It was incredibly uncomfortable; he was literally breathing down my neck. Tickets go on sale September 18.

She added she wished she could have "hit pause" and asked everyone in the audience, "well, what would you do?"

"Now we were on a small stage and no matter where I walked, he followed me closely, staring back at me, making faces".