(Washington Examiner) Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton caused the crowd to chant her name at a Friday evening speech, alternately praising the Supreme Court's same-sex marriage ruling, slamming Republicans and championing her candidacy as one that would protect access to abortion.
Clinton began her remarks by praising the Supreme Court's decision earlier that day. "This morning, love triumphed in the highest court in our land. Equality triumphed, America triumphed," she said, telling the crowd gathered at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va. Friday that it was "an emotional roller coaster of a day."
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But despite the Court victory, Clinton sounded a cautious note. "Fear and hatred are far from finished," she said, according to the Washington Post.