Hillary Clinton went back to work Tuesday “with an even greater depth and awareness of what we have to do here in Washington,” she said. The senator was greeted at the Capitol by a cheering crowd on her first return since losing the nomination.
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She came, she saw, she hugged.
Hillary Rodham Clinton returned to Congress Tuesday for the first time since suspending her presidential campaign, to a loud round of applause and hugs from Democrats as they try to repair the rifts left by a long, bruising presidential primary.
The New York senator’s return had been much anticipated since Barack Obama won the delegates he needed to secure the party’s nomination earlier this month.