USA - 2008 Elections - Minnesota - Senator Obama Clinches Democratic Presidential Nomination
Michelle Obama (L) gives her husband, Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama, a knuckle-bump as a sign of support before he speaks to supporters at the Xcel Center in St . Paul, Minnesota. Barack Obama clinched the Democratic presidential nomination after a five-month battle with Hillary Clinton, becoming the first African American to lead a major political party into a general election in the United States.
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