Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin arrived to a taping of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday during the former presidential candidate’s book tour.
Clinton, 69, is promoting her new book ‘What Happened’ and Abedin, 31, has been keeping a lower profile amid her divorce with Anthony Weiner, a sex offender.
She spoke about President Trump’s speech at the UN about North Korea: ‘I thought it was very dark dangerous. Not the kind of message that the leader of the greatest message int he world should be delivering.’
She said his approach should have been diplomatic: ‘What I hoped the president would have said is something along the lines of “we view this as dangerous to our allies, to the region and even to our country. We call on all nations to work with us to try to end the threat caused to us by Kim Jong Un.”
‘And not call him Rocket Man, the Elton John song, but to say clearly “we will not tolerate any attacks on our friends or ourselves.”‘
The former secretary of state waved at crowds outside the Ed Sullivan Theater, wearing a belted pink and purple gingham jacket, navy pants and berry pumps. A man followed behind her, shielding her from the light rain with an umbrella.
Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin arrived to The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday. It was raining in New York City and a man carrying an umbrella followed the author and former presidential candidate
Emma Stone was seen carrying the book into the taping of The Late Show on Tuesday
Abedin towered in brown wedges that paired well with her Louis Vuitton bag. She wore a sea foam green wrap dress and burgundy lipstick.
It is one of the first times she has been spotted in New York City after showing up to a hearing last week for her contested divorce. Abedin is seeking full custody of their 5-year-old son.
Clinton on the other hand has been staying in the public eye as she promotes the book about why she lost to President Donald Trump.
Emma Stone was seen walking into the theater carrying the book.
Yesterday, Clinton kicked off her 15-city ‘Hillary Clinton Live’ book tour. ‘What Happened’ focuses on the 2016 presidential election and why she lost
Monday, Clinton said she and her husband bought dozens of pizzas from the D.C. restaurant that was at the center of the ‘Pizzagate’ conspiracy theory last fall, which compelled one North Carolina man to show up at the shop with a gun, firing three shots.
‘People could have gotten killed. He shot his automatic weapon off inside this pizza parlor,’ Clinton fretted Monday night as she spoke with Politics & Prose’s co-owner Lissa Muscatine onstage at D.C.’s Warner Theatre, the first stop on the 15-city ‘Hillary Clinton Live’ book tour
It was Muscatine who outed Clinton for her large pizza purchase as Politics & Prose is several stores down from Comet Ping Pong, the eatery featured in the false online rumors that dealt with Clinton, her Campaign Chairman John Podesta and a child sex trafficking ring.