Hillary brings her show to Chicago

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The Hillary Clinton bandwagon pulls into Chicago next week as the former first lady-turned-author-turned-U.S. Senator-turned-Secretary of State-turned author again — and now presumptive Democratic presidential nominee — launches her latest adventure in self-promotion.

Clinton’s book signing and speech confab June 10-11 is already blowing out of the headlines. It will be the first stop to push her new memoir, “Hard Choices.”

To say she will arrive with a head of steam is an understatement.

Clinton’s got major game. And the world is waiting for her to get into the game — the 2016 presidential campaign.

There is no better place to puff up her prospects. Chicago is a Clinton kind of town. She grew up in the area, her childhood friends still beckon. The husband accepted his second presidential nomination at a United Center podium. Chicago is the bluest of cities in a blue state. Her old White House ally, Mayor Rahm Emanuel, will roll out the “blue” carpet.

That’s plenty of insurance for a successful book launch. Not that she needs it. “Hard Choices” reportedly has already “pre-sold” 1 million copies.

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