Earlier in the campaign, Mrs Clinton regularly took time out to enjoy a drop of the hard stuff with voters but she avoided informal contact with reporters
Earlier, she took a couple hours out of her not-so-busy schedule for a little sightseeing, driving in her 7-car motorcade up to Mount Rushmore.
Her appearance startled the handful of tourists at the shrine to the presidency on a cold and overcast morning.
One woman approached her and said: “Thank you for running.”
Mrs Clinton replied: “I need your help.” Another, who happened to have a copy of Mrs. Clinton’s “Living History,” handed it her to be inscribed.
What are the odds that a woman shows up with a copy of Hillary's book, not exactly a a new release, that she can get signed when she stumbles across Hillary at Mt. Rushmore?