Bowing Out of the Presidential Race

On Saturday, at the National Building Museum in Washington, Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) suspended her campaign for the presidency. As she publicly endorsed her rival, Senator Barack Obama, many of her supporters expressed their unhappiness. Some grew teary-eyed, others booed and stomped out of the venue. But Senator Clinton's message was quite clear: "We must help elect Barack Obama our president."

A look at Clinton's farewell



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