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Reserve your tickets: The Clintons are set to embark on an international tour after midterms

Bill and Hillary Clinton will embark on an international 13-stop tour after the November midterm elections. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Reserve your tickets now. Former President Bill Clinton and his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, are embarking on an international tour, and they may be coming to a city near you.

The announcement set off a swirl of speculation that Hillary Clinton may yet again attempt a run at the White House.

What are the details?

Announced Monday, the Clintons plan to stop in 13 cities, starting with Las Vegas after November’s midterms, and ending the tour in Los Angeles next May.

The Clintons will also make stops in Toronto, Montreal, Texas, New York City, Detroit, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Connecticut, Boston, Vancouver, and Seattle.

Tickets will set you back as little as $70 to as much as $700, the New York Post reported. However at least one venue will exceed those announced prices: During the Clintons' Boston stop, the most expensive tickets are currently listed for $745.

Organizer Live Nation, which also manages tours for Taylor Swift, Jay-Z, and former first lady Michelle Obama, bills the tour as "An Evening with President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton."

"Attendees will have the opportunity to hear one-of-a-kind conversations with the two leaders as they tell their stories from some of the most impactful moments in modern history,” a news release said.

Tickets will go on sale Friday.

Why are they doing this?

Other than to share their stories, which they already do, it’s not exactly clear why the Clintons planned the tour. Indeed, Hillary Clinton hasn’t been in political demand since her 2016 presidential loss to President Donald Trump, and she’s not campaigning for Democrats in close midterm races.

Nor are the Clintons hurting for money. They each rake in six-figures, and sometimes seven-figures, for speeches and public appearances.

The ambiguity has led some to speculate that Hillary is planning another run at the White House. However, she has given no indication that she will run again, even declaring last year that she is retired from political office.

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