Barack Obama says he and rival Hillary Rodham Clinton will be working together in November despite fears by some that the Democratic party will be divided after the long and bitter primary season.
On the eve of the final two primaries, Obama told a rally in the Detroit suburb of Troy that he understands that people wonder whether the Clinton folks are going to support the Obama folks and vice versa.
Claiming Clinton has run an outstanding race, the Democratic front-runner said to applause that Clinton and he will be "working together in November." He did not elaborate.
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