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Friday, March 17, 2017

Chelsea Clinton cashes in on Elizabeth Warren rally cry with new children's book 'She Persisted' after her global health tome is massive flop

I'm sure you heard this past January Chelsea released her worldwide health book 'Governing Global Health: Who Runs the World and Why?'

The book proved to be a dismal failure for Chelsea, who claimed she never even bothered to promote the book in the wake of her mother Hillary's defeat in last year's election.

That might explain why the book performed so poorly, and just two months after its release is number 128,444 on the Amazon bestsellers list. But Chelsea should look at the bright side.

Pelosi's book is #477,717 on Amazon's bestsellers list selling like 3,000 copies!


Chelsea Clinton will be releasing her first children's book it was announced on Thursday, with the former first daughter penning a collection of stories about remarkable American women. 

'She Persisted' will hit bookshelves this May, and tell the true-life tales of 13 women 'who never took no for an answer.'

The collection of stories was inspired by Elizabeth Warren according to a release sent out by publisher Penguin Young Readers, and as evidenced by Chelsea's decision to use the Massachusetts senator's rally cry for the title of the book.

That rallying cry was born out of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's attack of Warren on the Senate floor in February when she opted to read a letter written by Coretta Scott King criticizing Jeff Sessions while debating his nomination for Attorney General.

After she refused to stop reading the letter, which broke an arcane rule that states no Senator shall impugn a fellow Senator, McConnell stood at his podium and said: 'She was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she persisted.'

And after all that it appears that Chelsea will be the first to cash in on the popular catchphrase, with a spokesperson for Penguin offering no comment when asked by if any of the proceeds from the book will be going to charity. 

Yes...The Clinton Foundation.

Teamwork: Chelsea Clinton (above in 2014 with Warren) will release a children's picture book this May that was inspired by Senator Elizabeth Warren's refusal to be silenced

I'm sure her new book is headed for the same fate as 'Governing Global Health: Who Runs the World and Why?' I wonder in the foreword if Indian squaw 'Lizzie' will discribe how she used to skin buffalo back when she was with the Cherokees?


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