Bill And Hillary Clinton Struggle To Sell Tickets And Fill Seats On New National Tour

No one is entirely sure why the Clintons are touring. They’re not running for anything anyone knows of and they certainly don’t need the money. Either way, the tour is flopping in real time.

Hot Air reports:

Bill And Hillary Tour Underwhelms In Ticket Sales, Attendance

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Bill and Hillary Clinton have taken their show on the road. Ticket sales for “An Evening with the Clintons” are not what they once might have been, according to all reports. With stops deliberately booked in what are assumed to be Clinton-friendly cities, the aging power couple seems to be having trouble filling seats.

It’s not exactly a whirlwind tour. The schedule is downright lethargic in the beginning. The first stop on November 27 was in Toronto, Canada with a stop the next night in Montreal. The next stop on the schedule is Houston on December 4. In light of the passing of former President George H.W. Bush, that date may be canceled or changed. But, that’s all there is to the tour until 2019. They start back up in April 2019 in New York City and continue through May, ending in Las Vegas on May 5. Does anyone else think it’s odd that a former U.S. president and a former Secretary of State began a self-promoting tour in Canada? Maybe it’s just me.

The venue in Toronto only sold 3,300 tickets. Whole sections of the arena were empty.

Perhaps it’s time for them to just retire and enjoy their time and wealth.

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