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Bill Clinton to stump for Obama; two meet in Bill Clinton's Harlem office

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Joint statement from spokesmen to former President Bill Clinton and Senator Barack Obama

"President Clinton and Senator Obama had a great conversation in Harlem today. They discussed the campaign briefly, but mostly talked about how the world has changed since September 11, 2001.

"Sen. Obama praised the work of the Clinton Foundation around the world and President Clinton applauded Sen. Obama's historic campaign which has inspired millions around the country.

"They also spoke about what the next President can do to help make the economy work for all Americans, as it did under President Clinton, and ensure safety and prosperity far beyond the coming the election. President Clinton said he looks forward to campaigning for Senator Obama later this month."

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the visual reflects an awkward moment. drag, yes?
maybe it's just 9/11. maybe not.

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