Hillary Clinton Takes in Performance of Broadway’s ‘Hamilton’ After FBI Interview


Hillary and Bill Clinton took in a performance of award-winning Broadway musical Hamilton just hours after the presumptive Democrat presidential nominee was interviewed Saturday by federal agents at FBI headquarters regarding her use of an unsecured private email server while she was Secretary of State.

The show’s star, Lin-Manuel Miranda, posted a photo of Clinton and her husband hanging out after the performance.

“Next president w/ & President Luz & I happy 2 host,” Mirnada’s Twitter post read.

Both Clintons also took a photo with the entire cast.

The 11-time Tony award-winning cast of Hamilton is set to host a fundraiser for the Clinton presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee later this month, with tickets for the July 12 show ranging from $2,700 for general admission to $100,000 for prime seating and an invitation to the Democrat National Convention.

Breitbart News previously reported that DNC officials have in recent weeks courted Miranda to be a featured star at their national convention in Philadelphia in July.

The 36-year-old actor recently announced his departure from the hit Broadway musical. In addition to finishing the score for forthcoming Disney film Moana and rehearsing for a role in a live-action sequel to Mary Poppins, Miranda will contribute to a Latino voter registration effort aimed at preventing presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump from winning the White House in November.


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