HILLARY Clinton is set to embark on a lucrative speech circuit as her plans for the rest of 2017 have been revealed.
The defeated Presidential candidate has signed up with the Harry Walker Agency, the bureau through which she gave speeches ahead of her failed bid in last year’s election.
She regularly commanded fees of at least £157,000 ($200,000) for her talks and could be set to receive even more given her increased profile in the wake of the election.
Clinton was regularly criticised for the huge payments she received for speeches ahead of her candidacy, including earning more than £530,000 ($675,000) at Goldman Sachs, which raised questions about her links with Wall Street.
The Democrat reportedly received around £2.3million ($3million) for speeches after she stepped down as US Secretary of State in 2013, and could be set to earn even more this year.