Hey, Big Spender! Hillary Clinton's Most Staggering Campaign Expenses

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Apr. 7 2016, Updated 10:06 a.m. ET

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Hillary Clinton is sparing no expense during her 2016 presidential campaign. Here are some of her most lavish purchases so far!

Hillary Clinton arrives at The View talk show in NYC.

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Clinton is seen here arriving to the set of The View with an Alexander McQueen handbag that costs a whopping $1,645.

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

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Recently Clinton blocked traffic on Fifth Avenue as she visited John Barrett Salon, where a haircut and blow-dry costs $600.

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Hillary Clinton Hosts Primary Night Event In Columbia, South Carolina

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The presidential candidate has spent more than $2 million on private jets from June 2015 to January 2016 according to the Washington Free Beacon.

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Hillary Clinton Continues Final Campaign Push Through Iowa

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Clinton is said to have spent more than $9,000 on pizza, Gawker estimated. 

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Hillary Clinton Hosts Women For Hillary Town Hall Meeting In Brooklyn, New York

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In contrast to her big spending, Clinton has raked in big bucks for six-figure speaking engagements and fundraisers with Hollywood A-listers like George Clooney.

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