Buffalo News reporters Aaron Besecker and Robert McCarthy and photographer John Hickey provided live coverage of Hillary Clinton's book signing Thursday in Buffalo.
More than 100 people, including a few who weren't Clinton fans, were at Larkin Square by 10 a.m. at The Filling Station, where Clinton plans to sign 1,000 copies of "What Happened." The event is sold out, as guests were required to purchase Clinton's book from sponsor Talking Leaves Books as their ticket to the event.
The former first lady and U.S. senator from New York talked with McCarthy on Tuesday about her 2016 presidential campaign loss to Republican Donald Trump.
You can follow coverage of the event below in Tweets from the scene.
Michael Grasso of Erie, Pa. (pictured above), came to get his book signed wearing a Hillary Clinton onesie. He said he bought the garment the day after the election.
The piece of clothing, which is called the Hillary Clinton Paparazzi Onesie, is being sold for $110 online. It's made from "100 percent specially spun polyester," according to RageOn.com.