Clintons’ speaking tour a flop; promoters turn to last-ditch effort

Clintons’ speaking tour a flop; promoters turn to last-ditch effort

[Ed. – You know why they’re doing this, right? Because anybody can buy tickets, and the public doesn’t inquire into how all those empty seats get comped to the venue.  Just think about it. There’s more than one way to transfer money to the Clintons. Having a speaking tour makes it anonymous and basically untraceable, short of a law-enforcement investigation with warrants.]

Ever since the Clintons launched their “Evening With a Clinton” tour, things have hit the fan. They were struggling to get people to their shows so they were selling tickets for as low as $6.55 before the show began. Their new marketing plow – more like last ditch effort – at getting people to attend their event is by selling tickets on Groupon. Tickets on the Clintons’ website go between $89 and $399. But, if you’re looking for a real steal, Groupon has them for $35. …

The Clintons reportedly sold 3,300 tickets in Toronto, despite the venue being able to accommodate 19,000.

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