“Security was tight and touchy, in other words—and everyone wanted this to move along quickly,” wrote Alex Shepard for The New Republic. “You could, however, make eye contact with Clinton, if you were so inclined. But no one at Union Square seemed to mind about waiting twelve hours to spend roughly twelve seconds with their idol, all while being treated like cattle.”
Clinton’s book signing for What Happened occurred the same day as New York’s primaries.
Clinton did not encourage the room of Democratic supporters to vote.