The book “Hillary Clinton: A Story of Politics and Class” tells the story of Clinton’s years in the White House.
It was released by Simon & Schuster in September.
The book covers Clinton’s freshman year at Wellesley College in Massachusetts, when she was the first woman to earn a bachelor’s degree from a liberal arts college, and her junior year at Yale University.
Clinton was the only president to attend both colleges, according to the book, which was written by the book’s co-author, Jonathan Landay, a professor at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Landay has since worked on a book about President Obama, “Dreams From My Father.”
The book is a follow-up to “Hillaries America: The Untold Story of Hillary Clinton,” published in 2006.
Landay told ABC News that the book has been a hit at bookstores, and he believes the reaction to it has been positive.
“It’s a very honest book.
It’s very honest and very open about her,” he said.
“It’s really interesting to me that people are so excited about it.
It makes them feel like they’re reading about someone who’s actually a human being, and not just a politician.”
Clinton is now the first female president, but she’s also one of the least popular presidents in U.S. history, according the 2016 election index.
The index found she received the lowest marks from Democrats and Republicans, and the highest marks from independents.
The only president with more approval ratings than Clinton was President Ronald Reagan, who was viewed favorably by a wide swath of the public.