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  • Hillary Clinton: What an incredible honor you've given me

    After securing the Democratic nomination for president on Tuesday, Hillary Clinton made a surprise video appearance thanking her supporters for helping her make history. The presidential candidate will address the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Thursday.

After securing the Democratic nomination for president on Tuesday, Hillary Clinton made a surprise video appearance thanking her supporters for helping her make history. The presidential candidate will address the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Thursday. FedNet
After securing the Democratic nomination for president on Tuesday, Hillary Clinton made a surprise video appearance thanking her supporters for helping her make history. The presidential candidate will address the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Thursday. FedNet

Clinton still doesn’t have a simple message for her candidacy

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