PORTSMOUTH, N.H. – Chelsea Clinton made a rare foray into the field to campaign without either of her parents today, shaking hands at two coffee shops and even making some campaign calls to voters.
But she’d only been in the quaint Breaking New Grounds café here for about 7 minutes when her moment in the small town spotlight was interrupted by her mother’s competitor, New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, who played several roles in her father’s administration.
She quickly strode over to him, and the two shook hands warmly. She says something inaudible about “the debate the other night.”
Richardson: “Do you remember when I took you to that Navajo parade?”
Clinton: “I know! That was a great. It was as a long time ago.”
Richardson: “Ten years, maybe more. Fifteen?”
Clinton: “That was ‘92!”
Richardson: “Nice to see you!”
Clinton: “You too!”
Richardson: “You’re the best!”
Chelsea: “I try!”
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