Trump, Sanders Supporters Join Together to Protest Clinton Book Tour Event

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Trump, Sanders Supporters Join Together to Protest Clinton Book Tour Event (The Washington Free Beacon)

Supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) and President Donald Trump participated in a bipartisan protest of two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton outside of her book tour event in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. on Tuesday.

Clinton spoke to more than 2,500 supporters at a sold-out event at the Broward  Center for the Performing Arts, where attendees paid $50 to $375 to see her promote her 2016 election book, What Happened, according to the Palm Beach Post.

In addition to discussing "common-sense gun reform" following the Las Vegas shooting on Sunday night, Clinton addressed climate change and blamed her 2016 presidential loss on a "perfect storm" of negative media coverage, the FBI investigation into her private email server, and "information warfare waged against us from within the Kremlin."

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