Hillary Clinton speaks to crowd at Chicago convention
Hillary Clinton’s book tour included a stop in Chicago Tuesday.
Clinton spoke to more than 2,000 people at the Fresh Food and Grocery Store convention at McCormick Place.
Clinton’s talking points hit on her experience as a secretary of state, a senator from New York and First Lady and all the decisions she had to make along the way.
“Some left a pit in my stomach,” she told the crowd.
Clinton spoke of the need for immigration reform diplomacy and said bipartisanship is a must to move the country forward.
“We need to work together and make sure compromise is not a dirty word,” she said.
In her 20 minute address, she also talked about her book “Hard Choices.”
In the book, Clinton covers losing the nomination to President Obama, and tough foreign policy choices she made and the attack in Benghazi that killed four people.