The day after the election, Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine was embraced by Hillary Clinton after speaking Wednesday morning. Kaine was accompanied by his wife, Anne Holton (right).
The day after the election, Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine was embraced by Hillary Clinton after speaking Wednesday morning. Kaine was accompanied by his wife, Anne Holton (right). Andrew Harnik The Associated Press
The day after the election, Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine was embraced by Hillary Clinton after speaking Wednesday morning. Kaine was accompanied by his wife, Anne Holton (right). Andrew Harnik The Associated Press

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