The Clintons have done everything to gin up support for their bold and boring world tour. Oh yeah, they are going on a 13 stop tour and yes if you want the pleasure of their company you have to buy a ticket.
Another cash grab from the dynamic duo and probably the most corrupt tandem in American history, these two literally have no shame.
But they had a problem – with Bill disgraced and finally getting his metoo movement and Hillary still hurting from her epic and arrogant loss – who in the hell would pay to see them?
So to excite the base they went on a Trump bashing tantrum.
“We have a president who is part of the cover up as to what happened in that consulate or embassy when Mr. Khashoggi was murdered,” Clinton told the audience. “And we have a president and those closest to him who have their own personal commercial interests.”
“What we don’t know, is how much commercial interest both the President’s family and business and his son-in-law’s family and business have with the Kingdom.”
She ripped Trump for his treatment of Special Forces commander Adm. William McRaven,
“It just absolutely dumfounds me,” she said. “I’ve never ever imagined that you would have a president personally attacking people who’ve put their lives on the line year after year after year, for no cause.”
“He said today that his gut and his opinion is a lot smarter than peoples’ brains. Literally you can’t make this stuff up. A dozen times your head is spinning.”
Bill Clinton chimed in at one point to trash Trump saying the U.S. had ‘compromised’ its moral leadership.
Please…two words for you – Monica Lewinsky
“We got a chance to become a democracy again and reclaim a debate.”
But in the end it was all for naught because the show was a flop, the hockey arena could hold 20,000 people and less than 3,000 showed up.
Officials said the Clintons sold about 3,300 seats in a venue that can hold about 19,000 for a big hockey game when the Maple Leafs play.
There were still plenty of tickets available 30 minutes before showtime, and a secondary market appeared to be dropping.
The cheapest ticket available on Stubhub was going for $6.55 Canadian, or less than $5.
On the official site, there were still seats up front on the floor available for $325, with other floor seats going for $83 plus a hefty service charge.
Officials told DailyMail.com organizers were expecting 3,300 people, with about 1,000 buying up close seats on the floor.