Promoting Memoir, Clinton Draws Supporters in Austin

Asked to name her most vivid Texas memory from the summer of 1972, Hillary Clinton's mind didn't turn to politics.

“Probably the nights we spent at the Armadillo, I suppose,” she said on Friday night, referring to the now-defunct Austin concert venue where she heard the likes of Jerry Jeff Walker. “I know I should say something more serious and thoughtful, but boy did we have fun.”

Clinton was speaking at the Long Center in Austin to promote her new book, Hard Choices, a policy-focused memoir of her tenure as secretary of state during the first ...

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