New York Times reporter Amy Chozick’s Chasing Hillary is a news-breaking, deeply textured, wonderfully hilarious and shockingly honest look at Clinton’s failed campaigns – and what it was like covering the First Woman President who wasn’t.
Amy Chozick spent the formative years of her adult life on the Hillary beat – first for the Wall Street Journal and then for the New York Times. She was on the press bus for Hillary’s two campaigns, crisscrossing America, watching the presidential candidate try to connect with ‘everydays.’
Now, in Chasing Hillary, Chozick tells the story of Clinton’s failed campaigns as it’s never been seen before. Filled with marvelous characters from the smarmy team surrounding Clinton to those on the press junket, not to mention self-centered Bill and aloof Hillary, Chasing Hillary is an absolutely rollicking read. Wry, warm, and superbly written, Chasing Hillary is a memoir that will fascinate and delight readers in the wake of the election, but it is also a book that will last. With many similarities to The Devil Wears Prada or What Happened. Amy Chozick’s book is ‘what the f*ck happened.’