Huma Abedin Weiner, long-time aide to Hillary Clinton and former Deputy Chief of Staff at the State Department, was spotted supporting Clinton at her book signing at Barnes & Noble in New York.
Former US Secretary of State Clinton was promoting her autobiographical book 'Hard Choices' with the signing, which she explained could help people learn about the issues of the world and reflected the hard choices that everyone has to make in life. While Clinton received plenty of praise at the event, Huma was also seen posing for a photo with a fan outside the building.
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