November 1, 2014
HENDERSON, Nev. (AP) - Hillary Rodham Clinton says she truly wants Barack Obama to win the White House, even though he dashed her own presidential dreams.
And she says her supporters should, too.
Clinton told a crowd at a rally at Green Valley High School that they have so much more in common with Obama than with Republican rival John McCain.
The speech was Clinton's first appearance on the campaign trail for her former rival since the two appeared together in Unity, New Hampshire, back in June.
In another sign of growing detente between Clinton and Obama, Democrats say Bill Clinton will speak on the third night of this month's national convention in Denver.
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