Tuesday was the official end date of the American primaries with the vote in the capital, Washington, D.C. As expected, Hillary Clinton was the winner.
Immediately after the vote, the presumed Democratic presidential candidate had a closed-door meeting with her main rival, Bernie Sanders, that lasted more than 90 minutes. Sanders, during the day, had announced that he was not ready yet to give his endorsement.
The meeting, described by both Democratic candidates as “positive,” had been widely promoted in recent days. Clinton’s staff had anticipated that the meeting with Sanders would focus on the progressive issues where their goals overlap, and the two agreed to continue working toward a common path forward.
The meeting ended just before 10:30 p.m., and both Clinton and Sanders left the Capital Hilton, not far from the White House, without speaking to reporters.