Feinstein Describes Clinton-Obama Meeting
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Feinstein Describes Clinton-Obama Meeting

Standing outside the Senate floor Friday morning, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) told reporters how the top secret meeting came about between Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama two days after the Illinois senator wrapped up the Democratic presidential nomination. Feinstein, a Clinton supporter, opened up her home for a private, one-on-one discussion about the campaign. Audio by Paul Kane/The Washington Post

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