SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Hillary Clinton paid a visit to a San Francisco bookstore on Friday, to tout her new book about the 2016 election and its aftermath.
Clinton is on a multi-city tour to promote her book titled “What Happened,” which goes into detail about her personal experiences during the campaign against Donald Trump. She also discusses what got her through the loss last November.READ MORE: UPDATE: Wind-Whipped Big Sur Wildfire Grows To 1,500 Acres, Blaze Erupts Near Geysers Peak In Sonoma
The former Secretary of State and first woman to be a major party presidential nominee arrived at Books Inc. around noon.
About 1,000 Clinton supporters lined up in front of the bookstore for the sold out event, some as early as 5 a.m.READ MORE: Pipeline Of Illegal Weapons Shutdown; Four Arrested In San Mateo, Alameda County Raids
“I’ve been all over for Hillary. We went to get out the vote in Ohio for Hillary, went to Nevada, in ’08 we were down in Texas, Pennsylvania, Iowa,” said Clinton supporter Simone Dubois of Concord.
Eric Aguilar of San Francisco said, “She’s not only an inspiration to little girls and women, but also to us as men. Women are the future.”
According to the book tour website, Clinton continues her tour with an appearance at the University of California, Davis on October 9th.MORE NEWS: Napa Valley Looks to Restaurant Week to Help Jump-Start Economic Comeback
Editor’s Note: “What Happened” is published by Simon & Schuster, a division of CBS.