A gaggle of Clinton supporters waited all night in Manhattan’s Union Square, where their beloved candidate was due to unveil her explosive new memoir

The sun had not yet risen at 5.30am in Manhattan, but an estimated 300 of Hillary Clinton’s most devoted supporters had already lined up outside a bookstore in Union Square to meet her and buy a copy of her new election memoir, What Happened.

There was Allie Rohletten, a 20-year-old college student, who had been inspired by Clinton’s “history of proving that women can do anything men can do”, and Juan Cuba, a 29-year-old from New Jersey, who had felt that Clinton’s focus on supporting first-generation Americans and LGBT people, and her focus on mental health issues, had spoken directly to him.

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