Most people who meet Hillary Clinton on the street want a picture.
Snapping it is the hard part.
“Whenever I walk around New York, as I did yesterday at the conclusion of a week in New York for the UN General Assembly, I am greeted by people from all over the world — most of whom want to take a picture,” the secretary of state said today at a “Strategic Dialog on Travel and Tourism” at the State Department in Washington.
“And I don’t mind — if they just can figure out how to use their cameras,” she said to laughter.
“That is my big problem,” said Clinton, also a former first lady, senator from New York and candidate for her party’s presidential nomination in 2008. “I am more than happy to stop for 30 seconds to take a picture, but what happens invariably is, people get so nervous, they can’t figure out how to make the camera work, and then I’ve got people trying to help them to get their camera to work. ”
Terry Atlas contributed.