Hillary Clinton didn’t just lose the election. After the loss she was dealt another blow when so many foreign governments and corporations pulled their donations to the Clinton Global Initiative, that the CGI was closed. But Hillary isn’t going to let that stop her from making bank – she just signed a deal with Simon & Schuster.
Clinton is set to put out two new books soon. The first will be a rehash of her 1995 classic, It Takes a Village, written in a easy to read format designed for younger readers. The second, set for a fall release, will be a compilation of essays and quotes that she has used as guidance throughout her political career – including her most recent loss to Donald Trump.
The Clintons have done quite well in the past with the books they’ve written. Bill Clinton was paid $15 million for his post-presidency memoirs, My Life, and Hillary was paid $8 million for her 2014 bestseller, Hard Choices.
Although the public hasn’t seen much of Hillary since the election last November, banksters and corporations are happy to have her back. She is returning to her speaking schedule with the Harry Walker Agency, the same agency she worked with after resigning as Secretary of State in 2013.