Curtains for the Clintons

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News Story Source: https://www.wral.com By Maureen Dowd
I'm feeling sorry for the Clintons.

In the 27 years I've covered Bill and Hillary, I've experienced a range of emotions. They've dazzled me and they've disgusted me.

But now they're mystifying me.

I'm looking around Scotiabank Arena, the home of the Toronto Maple Leafs, and it's a depressing sight. It's two-for-the-price-of-one in half the arena. The hockey rink is half curtained off, but even with that, organizers are scrambling at the last minute to cordon off more sections behind thick black curtains, they say due to a lack of sales. I paid $177 weeks in advance. (I passed on the pricey meet-and-greet option.) On the day of the event, some unsold tickets are slashed to single digits.

I get reassigned to another section as the Clintons' audience space shrinks. But even with all the herding, I'm still looking at large swaths of empty seats — and I cringe at the thought that the Clintons will look out and see that, too. It w
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