Hillary Clinton makes history as the first ever female presidential nominee by a major party

Hillary Clinton made history by becoming the first woman ever to be a major party’s presidential nominee on Tuesday evening as Democratic delegates officially gave her the votes needed to win the primary election.


Bernie Sanders’ delegates stood side-by-side with delegates to Hillary Clinton as part of a peace offering, as they formally cast their votes in the Democratic nomination process.


She tweeted  ‘History,’  and after she got the nomination she tweeted ‘We made history’.

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