Hillary Clinton book tour stops in NYC

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FORT GREENE -

Readers from all over the tristate area waited in line for hours for their chance to meet former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton Wednesday.

Clinton held a book signing at Greenlight Bookstore in Fort Greene for her book "What Happened."

Some came out hours in advance, decked out in Clinton shirts, pins and signs for the event some say they could not miss.

"You don't get an opportunity very often to meet the woman who should've been the current president of the United States," said attendee Diane Hoey.

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