Hillary Clinton Visits Chappaqua Library For Book Signing

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Members of the Brown family (right) at Hillary Clinton's book signing in Chappaqua.
Members of the Brown family (right) at Hillary Clinton's book signing in Chappaqua. Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie
Alexander Du (pictured) meets Hillary Clinton at her Chappaqua Library book signing.
Alexander Du (pictured) meets Hillary Clinton at her Chappaqua Library book signing. Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie
Hillary Clinton shook hands with several visitors at her Chappaqua Library book signing.
Hillary Clinton shook hands with several visitors at her Chappaqua Library book signing. Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie
Turnout was high for Hillary Clinton's Chappaqua Library book signing. A large crowd is pictured in the theater, where the signing was held.
Turnout was high for Hillary Clinton's Chappaqua Library book signing. A large crowd is pictured in the theater, where the signing was held. Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie
Hillary Clinton holds two copies of her new memoir, "Hard Choices," at her Chappaqua Library book signing.
Hillary Clinton holds two copies of her new memoir, "Hard Choices," at her Chappaqua Library book signing. Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie
Hillary Clinton enters the Chappaqua Library's theater for her book signing.
Hillary Clinton enters the Chappaqua Library's theater for her book signing. Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie
Jin Sheng with her son Alexander Du (left) and her daughter Katie Du (right).
Jin Sheng with her son Alexander Du (left) and her daughter Katie Du (right). Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie
Adam Brown with his son, Eli Brown (left) and his daughter, Lilly Brown (right).
Adam Brown with his son, Eli Brown (left) and his daughter, Lilly Brown (right). Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie
Visitors in line for Hillary Clinton's Chappaqua Library book signing.
Visitors in line for Hillary Clinton's Chappaqua Library book signing. Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie
Hillary Clinton poses for photos with the Chappaqua Library staff.
Hillary Clinton poses for photos with the Chappaqua Library staff. Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie
Ruth Gold (left) and Elsia Obus (right) pose for a selfie (visible in the background) at Hillary Clinton's Chappaqua Library book signing.
Ruth Gold (left) and Elsia Obus (right) pose for a selfie (visible in the background) at Hillary Clinton's Chappaqua Library book signing. Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie
Hillary Clinton gives a thumbs up at her Chappaqua Library book signing.
Hillary Clinton gives a thumbs up at her Chappaqua Library book signing. Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie
Hillary Clinton poses with The Village Bookstore staff.
Hillary Clinton poses with The Village Bookstore staff. Photo Credit: Tom Auchterlonie

CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Hundreds flocked to the Chappaqua Library on Sunday afternoon for the chance to meet potential 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at her book signing event.

The former First Lady, secretary of state and U.S. Senator, herself a Chappaqua resident, signed copies of her new memoir, “Hard Choices,” and repeatedly shook hands with the long line of attendees.

The event was co-sponsored by The Village Bookstore, a shop in Pleasantville, and Simon & Schuster, which is the publisher of Clinton's book.

Excited guests for the book signing came from both near and far. Several visitors wore stickers from the organization Ready for Hillary, which seeks to support her should she run for president.

“It was cool,” said Lilly Brown, one of several kids to get a book copy signed.

Her brother, Eli Brown, was “glad” to meet Clinton. The two came to the library with their father, Adam Brown.

“It was great,” said Mount Kisco resident Karen Schleimer, who was among those to meet Clinton. A member of Mount Kisco's Village Board of Trustees, Schleimer also mentioned that she discussed local politics with Clinton.

Chappaqua resident Jin Sheng attended with her kids, Alexander Du and Katie Du. All three of them had signed copies of Clinton's book.

Alexander Du noted that he wanted her signature because she is famous. He also added, “and I hope she becomes the first female president.”

Replying, Katie Du was “really happy.”

Towards the end of her appearance, Clinton posed for photos with staff from the Chappaqua Library and staff from The Village Bookstore.

A photo gallery of Clinton's book signing is attached to this story.

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It's very disturbing to see small children being manipulated by Queen Hillary. Reminds me of everything I was taught in school about the 1930s German youth and how they were manipulated into paying homage to that country's newly elected leader.

Welcome to Westchester Mrs Clinton!!!! Our next President!!!!!!!!

On this beautiful day, who in their right minds would go see this fraud?

Even on a rainy day. Probably some were paid to show up like at the rock concert for candidate Obama during his Grand Campaign Tour in Europe. But then, it's Chappaqua, an ultraliberal , affluent place the Clintons handpicked as carpetbaggers so Hill could run for Senate -- a stepping stone to the Presidency -- or so she thought. But how could they afford it when they were "broke" when they left the White House?!!!

The Clintons are among the elitists who reside in mostly white, all wealthy, Chappaqua, living in their ivory towers and looking down upon the working people with disdain and scorn.

What difference does it make !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

What happened? She couldn't get another $200,000 fee for making a speech at a college graduation or at a Wall Street investment bank? How will she be able to purchase more houses?

The Queen of Income Inequality. What a big phony.