Clinton camp books fireworks display for election night
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign has planned a fireworks display to go off over the Hudson River on election night.
— New York Post (@nypost) October 31, 2016
Law enforcement officials and the New York Fire Department (FDNY) have been told about the plans, and in a memo sent on Friday and obtained by the Post, the FDNY requested for stand-by protection.
The details of the Democratic nominee’s election night event come just a few days after the FBI announced that it is reviewing new emails uncovered from former Rep. Anthony Weiner’s (D-N.Y.) laptop that may be “pertinent” to the investigation of the private email server Clinton used while secretary of State.
The venue notably has a glass ceiling, which goes with Clinton’s theme that becoming the U.S.’s first female president would shatter the “highest and hardest glass ceiling.”
GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump will also be spending election night in New York.