Hillary Clinton hit stepped out in Manhattan to take in a Broadway show with friends and family Thursday night.
The ex-New York Senator was spotted at The Ferryman along with her daughter Chelsea, son-in-law Marc Mezvinsky, Barry Diller, chairman and senior executive with media and internet corporation IAC and Annette de la Renta, socialite and widow of fashion designer Oscar de la Renta.
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Hillary Clinton hit stepped out in Manhattan to take in a Broadway show with friends and family Thursday night. From left to right, Annette de la Renta, Barry Diller and Clinton
The ex-New York Senator was spotted at The Ferryman along with her daughter Chelsea and son-in-law Marc Mezvinsky (pictured)
Chelsea Clinton is on the board of directors for IAC, and Hillary Clinton was close friends with the de la Rentas. Oscar de la Renta designed Hillary’s inaugural gown after Bill Clinton’s reelection in 1997.
Diller recently made news slamming Hillary’s former opponent Donald Trump on
‘This country should learn from the extraordinary mistake it made in electing him president,’ the billionaire supporter of Democrats added.
Hillary Clinton leaving the Broadway show The Ferryman on January 17
Barry Diller with his hand on the shoulder of a bundled up Annette de la Renta as Hillary Clinton walks with them
The Ferryman, written by Jez Butterworth and directed by Sam Mendes (known for films such as ‘American Beauty’ and recent James Bond entries) tells the story of an ex-IRA member’s family living in rural Northern Ireland in 1981.
The multiple award-winning and critically acclaimed play has been extended through July of this year.
Annette de la Renta, Barry Diller and Hillary Clinton leaving the Broadway show The Ferryman on January 17, 2019
Annette de la Renta says something to Hillary Clinton as Barry Diller places his hand on her shoulder
Hillary Clinton sharing a laugh with her theater-going group after The Ferryman