Presumptive Democratic nominee for president Hillary Clinton greets supporters at the International Brotherhood of Electric Workers Hall on Tuesday, June 14, 2016 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Jeff Swensen/Getty Images/AFP
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Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are ending the primary calendar with a face-to-face meeting on Tuesday that could set the tone for Democratic unity and next month's party convention in Philadelphia.Clinton and Sanders plan to meet on the night of the final presidential primary in the District of Columbia, a contest that will have no bearing on Clinton's role as the presumptive nominee but marks a transition in the lengthy primary fight between the two rivals.The Vermont senator vowed again Tuesday to do all he can to prevent Republican Donald Trump from reaching the White House but declined to endorse Clinton. Sanders met last week with President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, who both later endorsed Clinton, and signaled to Democrats that he hopes to play a constructive role in helping the party regain control of the Senate in the 2016 elections.Clinton will hold a rally in Pittsburgh and attend a private Washington fundraiser before her meeting with Sanders.
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