Clinton's subway ride broke NY rules

Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonSupreme Court agrees to hear 'faithless elector' cases Poll: Sanders holds 5-point lead over Buttigieg in New Hampshire Climate 'religion' is fueling Australia's wildfires MORE may have broken New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority rules when she took a ride on a subway car Thursday. 


MTA rules state no person "shall engage in any nontransit uses" on subway cars, including public speaking and campaigning. Violators could face fines of up to $125 in civil and criminal penalties, as pointed out by a Guardian contributor. 

During her ride, Clinton interacted with subway patrons while flanked by security and media. 

The MTA rule is in place to prevent performers and musicians, who often legally perform on subway platforms, from carrying their acts into the cars. 

Clinton's trip caught attention from the media when she struggled with a subway turnstile, swiping her card multiple times to get through. 

Both Clinton and rival Bernie SandersBernie SandersSanders to headline Iowa event amid impeachment trial Hill.TV's Saagar Enjeti rips Sanders over handling of feud with Warren On The Money — Presented by Wells Fargo — Sanders defends vote against USMCA | China sees weakest growth in 29 years | Warren praises IRS move on student loans MORE are campaigning in New York ahead of the state's April 19 primary.