Want to have Hillary Clinton sign your copy of her new memoir?
Be prepared to play by her rules.
Politico reporter Maggie Haberman tweeted a picture of the rules she was handed while waiting at the Clinton book-signing event at the Union Square Barnes & Noble in New York City on Tuesday.
The rules include a generous helping of bold and all-caps text, including mandating that personal items be checked in two floors below where Clinton will be signing books.
A security checkpoint will await all attendees on the third floor, the rules say, and once you get to the fourth floor, you'd better have gone to the bathroom already because you're not getting out until you get your book signed.
The book-signing itself is to be a no-nonsense affair.
"She will not be personalizing the book or signing memorabilia," the rules state. "NO posed photography with the author."
The book-signing tour for Clinton's "Hard Choices," kicks off at 11 a.m. and has attracted at least a few die-hard fans.
Sean Brennan from Queens is first in line for Hillary's book signing tomorrow. He arrived at 2:30pm *today* pic.twitter.com/X1N3pIeUf6— Liz Kreutz (@Liz_Kreutz)June 10, 2014
(H/T: Business Insider)
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