Hillary Clinton Shares Video From Local Bookstore With Choreographed Dance to Rachel Platten's 'Fight Song'

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Hillary Clinton holds her book "It Takes A Village" as she sits on stage at the Warner Theatre in Washington on Sept. 18, 2017.

The video put a smile on her face, she said: "Love the soundtrack, too."

A local bookstore in Chappaqua New York just got the thumbs-up from Hillary Clinton after posting a YouTube video to promote Clinton's new memoir, sound-tracked to Rachel Platten's "Fight Song."

"This video from my local bookstore @ScatteredBooks in Chappaqua put a smile on my face! Love the soundtrack, too," Clinton wrote on Twitter.

It's no secret that "Fight Song" became the unofficial campaign anthem of Clinton's 2017 presidential run. The track was notably played as Clinton walked onstage to deliver her address to the Democratic National Convention, and Elizabeth Banks even produced a star-studded music video covering the song with the likes of Sia, Idina Menzel and Mandy Moore

In the YouTube video posted by Scattered Books, a group of teenagers perform a choreographed dance to "Fight Song" while holding copies of Clinton's talked-about new memoir What Happened, which was released earlier this month. It also includes Clinton's 1996 book It Takes a Village and She Persisted: 13 American Women Who Changed the World, a children's book written by the former first lady and presidential candidate's daughter, Chelsea Clinton.

Check out the full video, and Clinton's tweet applauding it, below.