Hillary Clinton ended her historic bid for the white house Saturday and whole–heartedly endorsed Barack Obama for president.
The epic duel between she and Obama came to end before a cheering crowd of supporters at Washington's National Building Museum.
Clinton has officially "suspended" her campaign meaning she can continue raising money to pay off campaign debt. But after her Tuesday night speech, in which she continued to argue her case for being the strongest democratic candidate for president, Clinton left no doubt her quest for the nomination is over. She repeatedly implored her backers to swing their support to Obama's side.
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