MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) -- Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton are in New Hampshire, preparing to make their first public appearance together since the primary race ended.
The two formal rivals greeted each other on the tarmac of an airport outside Washington this morning with a handshake and a kiss. The two sat next to each other in the plane and spent the entire flight talking with each other.
They're headed for a rally in Unity, New Hampshire, where the goal is to set aside differences and bring the party together.
Last night in Washington, Clinton introduced Obama to her chief fundraisers. As a gesture to her, Obama donated $4,600 dollars to the Clinton campaign on behalf of himself and his wife to help pay off Clinton's outstanding debt.