Andy MattisonSep 23, 2017, 5:59 pm

Hillary Clinton holds book signing in Chappaqua Library

Supporters packed the library to meet the former first lady and protestors gathered across the street with signs


There was a packed library and long line in Hillary Clinton's hometown Chappaqua, N.Y on Saturday.

Supporters and some protesters gathered to meet the former presidential candidate who was signing copies of her new book 'What Happened'.

"I admire her so much,” says supporter Mary Jo Brown. “I just want to show my support."

Less than a year after running for president the Democratic nominee says she has done a lot of soul-searching.

People FiOS1 News spoke with at the book signing say the election loss is still tough to deal with.

“Not over it yet, I don't think I ever will be. If she did nothing else she inspired a generation of younger women," says Brown.

While supporters packed the library to meet the former first lady a small group of protestors gathered across the street with signs.

"We have to be worried about what her husband did as president. She has blood on her hands from Benghazi,” says Protester Amy Margolin. “This is a big cover up because they were doing this for regime change and resource grabs."

Extra security was present to monitor the large crowd, parking issues from the event.

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