Hillary's back in first class at end of New Hampshire campaign trip where she railed against the rich – after 80 mph race to BOSTON to catch flight with elite seats | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Hillary's back in first class at end of New Hampshire campaign trip where she railed against the rich – after 80 mph race to BOSTON to catch flight with elite seats

Hillary Clinton ended her whirlwind New Hampshire campaign swing on Tuesday afternoon in another state entirely, taking taxpayers for an 80 miles-per-hour ride all the way to Boston – to catch a flight with first class seats.

Her Secret Service-provided 'Scooby' van motored from Concord to Boston Logan International Airport, escorted by troopers from both New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

She arrived in time to take a 7:00 p.m. US Airways shuttle to Washington, D.C. On the way, her motorcade passed exits to the Manchester, N.H. airport, which was 55 miles closer and offered a 5:16 p.m. flight to the same destination.

The Boston flight, though, used a larger aircraft with 12 first class seats. The Manchester flight was scheduled to use a smaller plane with nothing but coach.

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