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Hillary Clinton met with Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren Friday as the presumptive Democratic nominee held meetings at her Washington, D.C. home about her vice presidential selection.
Warren arrived at Clinton's residence around 1:30 pm and left about an hour later. She was accompanied by one staffer.
Clinton and Warren first met for a private conversation last month, also at Clinton's Washington home. The two campaigned together on June 27.
Last week, Clinton also huddled with top advisers involved in the vetting process for a long day of meetings. The former secretary of state, along with veteran lawyer James Hamilton and longtime aide Cheryl Mills, met with eight different teams for roughly hour-long meetings.
Clinton is expected to announce her vice presidential choice late next week, according to people familiar with the planning, before heading into the Democratic National Convention.