Hillary Clinton visits Book Revue in Huntington

More than 1,000 people waited for a glimpse of Hillary Clinton in Huntington last night.

More than 1,000 people waited for a glimpse

More than 1,000 people waited for a glimpse of Hillary Clinton in Huntington last night.

HUNTINGTON - There are mixed reactions from Long Islanders after one of the most well known women in the world visited the area.

More than 1,000 people waited for a glimpse of Hillary Clinton in Huntington last night.

The former Secretary of State was at the Book Revue signing copies of her new memoir "Hard Choices." The appearance sparked both protest and fanfare.

Meanwhile, a Clinton spokesperson denies rumors about a newly leased office in Midtown Manhattan.

They say Hillary has no plans to use it as a possible campaign headquarters should she run in 2016. 

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