Hillary's long goodbye: "18 million cracks"

Clinton's long goodbye: "18 million cracks" Hillary Clinton vowed to keep fighting and stay in the race until the last vote was counted on June 3. Barack Obama finally racked up the necessary number of delegates to become the presumptive nominee, but Clinton took a few days before the suspension of her campaign. She bowed out at a Washington, D.C., rally where she thanked supporters and officially endorsed Obama for president. During the speech is when Clinton first declared that even though she didn't shatter the highest glass ceiling, there were now "18 million cracks in it."
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