Hillary Rodham Clinton describes the 2016 U.S. presidential election from her perspective in What Happened.
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Hilary Clinton book tour coming to Canada

Hilary Clinton will be visiting Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver according to her publisher Simon and Schuster with her latest book, which they describe as, Clinton’s “most personal memoir yet”.

Hilary and Bill Clinton, enjoying the town of North Hatley, Quebec on Aug. 15, 2017. The family, including their daughter and grandchildren, were invited by writer Louise Penney. They stayed at the nearby Manoir Hovey. © CBC

“What Happened” is the story of last year’s failed U.S. presidential bid.

There have been some excerpts and insights revealed already, including Clinton’s total discomfort with Donald Trump during a debate where he hovered over her, shadowing her across the stage, glowering at her and making faces.

The 15-city speaking tour of North America is being promoted as a “detailed and surprisingly funny” look at her journey, the process of writing the book and her plans for the future.

Toronto is the second stop on the tour, and Clinton will be there on September 28 at the Enercare Centre.

She will be in Montreal on October 23 at the Palais des Congres and then on December 13, at the Vancouver Convention Centre.

With files from CBC

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