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WASHINGTON - Hillary Rodham Clinton ended her historic campaign for the presidency on Saturday and told supporters to unite behind rival Barack Obama, closing out a race that was as grueling as it was groundbreaking.
The former first lady, who as recently as Tuesday declared herself the strongest candidate, gave Obama an unqualified endorsement and pivoted from her role as determined foe to absolute ally.
Originally posted by jasonjnelson
reply to post by poet1b
My brother and I both talked about the difference between suspending and dropping out. This is a huge slap in the face to Obama, and it shows what Clinton's idea of "throwing her full support " really is. When Romney did it, it was still early in the campaign. Hence Huckabee had to drop out. (he couldn't suspend it, it would be embarrassing for Mccain.) But not good ol' Hillary...