WATCH THIS: ‘Fight Song’ Video Celebrating Hillary From a Local Chappaqua Bookstore


An independent bookstore in Chappaqua, New York ,the town where Clinton and former President Bill Clinton have their primary home, and where she was spotted hiking in the weeks after the election, released a music video celebrating the release of Clinton’s two new books, her campaign memoir, What Happened and her children’s book, It Takes a Village, Scattered Books.

With Rachel Platten’s “Fight Song” — one tune that became synonymous with Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign — playing in the background, a group of teenagers and a group of younger children dance across the store with copies of Clinton’s two books in hand.

According to an Associated Press report verified, Hillary Clinton’s recently released book about her defeat at the hands of now-President Donald Trump has sold more than 300,000 copies across hardcover, ebook and audio formats.

Sales for “What Happened” far exceeded the first week numbers of more than 100,000 copies for Clinton’s book about her years as secretary of state, “Hard Choices,” which came out in 2014 as she was preparing to launch her run for president.

Well, thinking that video is a net positive should get its own chapter in the paperback version of “What Happened.”

Well, thinking that video is a net positive should get its own chapter in the paperback version of “What Happened.”