Clinton tells supporters in New York she has not chosen the next step in her campaign. Says she will consult with party leaders and family to determine what’s best “for our party and our country.”

Click above to watch, and read it here.

TIME’s Jay Newton-Small was there. Read about it on Time.com.

“I understand that a lot of people are asking, What does Hillary want? What does she want? Well, I want what I have always fought for in this campaign.”

“I want to end this war in Iraq, I want to turn this economy around, I want health care for every American… and I want the nearly 18 million Americans who voted for me to be respected, to be heard and to no longer be invisible.”

Begins speech at Baruch College by congratulating Sen. Obama: “It has been an honor to contest these primaries with him, just as it is an honor to call him my friend.”

Interrupted with shouts of “Den-ver!” Campaign chairman Terry McAuliffe introduces Clinton as “the next President of the United States.”

Clinton surrogate talking points stress party unity: “Hillary and Senator Obama‚Äôs shared views are much greater than their differences.” Read them here.

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