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Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton this morning canceled an appearance at a New York City protest rally targeting Iran next week after her aides were informed that Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska, the Republican vice-presidential nominee, had also been invited to attend the demonstration.
Several leading American Jewish organizations are sponsoring the rally outside the United Nations on Sept. 22 to protest Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Mrs. Clinton, who sought the Democratic presidential nomination this year and is now supporting Senator Barack Obama, was one of several New York officials who planned to speak at the event.
The McCain-Palin campaign has been aggressively courting female voters and others who supported Mrs. Clinton’s presidential candidacy. Mrs. Clinton, while urging those voters to support Mr. Obama for president, has been careful to avoid what some of her advisers have described as a potential woman vs. woman showdown with Ms. Palin.
"Governor Palin believes that the danger of a nuclear Iran is greater than party or politics," Schmitt told Fox News. "She hopes that all parties can rally together in opposition to this grave threat."