Hillary Clinton had planned a triumphant return to the political arena, says the Washington Examiner, with the campaign-style rollout of her new memoir, Hard Choices.
The book's first printing of 1 million copies showed that her publisher expected a good return on its $14 million advance.
But sales of the book have been disappointing, with only about 200,000 hard copies having sold so far. Still, Clinton has become the most valuable name in the publishing industry this summer, although only in part because of her own memoir.
H/T: Drudge Report
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