Gracious, said the right things and looked in good shape.
Clinton urged her backers to seek unity in the wake of defeat. “Donald Trump is going to be our president, we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead,” she said.
Clinton wore a black suit with purple lapels – the color created by combining blue and red, the colors that symbolize the two major U.S. political parties – and not the suffragette white that many expected Tuesday night. Bill Clinton wore a matching tie.
Clinton won the popular vote, just. She is 0.2% ahead on the current count, and votes trickling in from Democrat-voting California will enlarge that margin slightly.