For several months before the midterms, Americans could be seen waiting in 3-mile-long lines to see President Trump at one of his rallies. Meanwhile, former President Obama and Socialist Senator Sanders could barely fill a small high school gym with reporters.
Now, in an interesting development, Hillary and Bill Clinton don’t seem to be having much luck attracting Americans who want to hear what they have to say…
In early October, the Clintons announced that they would headline a series of live events together — billed “An Evening with The Clintons” — across the country in the final weeks of 2018 and into 2019.
CNN reported that the tour was supposed to provide the Democratic stalwarts with a notable platform weeks after the consequential 2018 midterm elections and deep into 2019 when a number of Democrats will be jockeying for positions in the fight to be the party’s standard-bearer against President Donald Trump in 2020.
The events, which are being produced by tour promoter Live Nation, are being billed as “one-of-a-kind conversation with two individuals who have helped shape our world and had a front seat to some of the most important moments in modern history.”
The tour was supposed to start in Las Vegas, Nevada, with an event at the Park Theater. The couple will then travel to Toronto, Montreal, and Texas before the end of 2018. The tour will start back up in April of 2019 with events in New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, the District of Colombia, British Columbia, Washington, and California.
Top ticket’s in Texas cost $699. -The American Mirror
A source tells The American Mirror that Bill and Hillary Clinton’s 13-city tour has been canceled.
A survey of Ticketmaster listings Wednesday night for some of the shows indicates many tickets are still available for the early dates for the tour.
But there may be another reason: a documentary movie featuring Juanita Broaddrick, who says Bill Clinton raped her in 1978, was scheduled to be screened in each city on the very same night the Clintons would appear.
“If it’s true that the Bill and Hillary Clinton Tour has been canceled, I’m more than pleased,” Broaddrick tells The American Mirror.