Former president and failed 2016 candidate struggle for audiences
Bill and Hillary Clinton’s speaking tour was already doomed from its launch as they struggled to fill venues reflecting their deleted influence and likability amongst the American public.
But in a desperate attempt to save the tour, tickets are now going for as little as $20 on the secondary market as their 13-city adventure continued to grapple with finding an audience.
The best seats in the house at Seattle’s WaMu Theater on Friday could be snapped up for $829, which is pretty steep but not as the steep as the drop from the $1,785 that the former first couple fetched last year.
Organizers where soon force to slash listed prices, even offering discount ducats through Groupon to boost sales.
The official prices ranged from $66.50 to $519, according to the Seattle Times.
“I really believe that we are in a crisis, a constitutional crisis,” Hillary Clinton opined during the 90-minute performance.
“This is a test for our country.”
Bill and Hillary began their 13-city paid speaking tour in a Canadian hockey arena, which saw banks of empty seats signifying the accurate scale of their demise.
Of course, the fading power couple used the stage to ‘bash Donald Trump,’ which probably didn’t help sales.
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Last year, Hillary seemingly abandoned the tour with to attend a wedding in India instead.
Tickets sales for “An Evening with the Clintons” have bombed, with the power couple even resorting to selling cut-price tickets on Groupon.
The Clintons’ “conversation tour” has mainly consisted of bashing Trump to venues filled with empty seats.