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Clinton Hits the Red Arrow

VIDEO | Clinton Visits the Red Arrow

Red Arrow manager Elaine Boule asked for Hillary Clinton to visit back in September, and the New York senator appeared to listen. She made a trip to the Red Arrow last week.

When she arrived at the diner mid-morning, Clinton greeted Boule warmly--saying she'd seen the manager's invitation to come visit--and made her way through the Friday breakfast crowd. Clinton asked a patron to "tell me your story" and the two discussed difficulties with the health insurance industry, which Clinton said is the "tail wagging the whole American dog."

Before leaving the Red Arrow, the sometime-Cubs, sometime-Yankee fan took care to compliment a diner's Red Sox hat.

Boule, who said she remains undecided, said Clinton is "one of my top candidates" and urged her not to worry too much about campaign bullies.

See more from the Red Arrow and Iowa's Waveland Cafe here.

By Post Editor  |  November 6, 2007; 7:00 AM ET
 
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"Before leaving the Red Arrow, the sometime-Cubs, sometime-Yankee fan took care to compliment a diner's Red Sox hat."

Please provide a byline for this article. I've just got to know which one of you is shallow enough to wallow in this sort of trivia while we try to decide serious matters in a time of war. Sometimes you people make me sick.

Posted by: zukermand | November 6, 2007 10:35 AM | Report abuse

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