WASHINGTON (CNN) - Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama met with Sen. Hillary Clinton, his rival through Tuesday's primaries in South Dakota and Montana, at her home in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, according to both campaigns.
"Sen. Clinton and Sen. Obama met tonight and had a productive discussion about the important work that needs to be done to succeed in November," the Clinton and Obama campaigns said in a joint statement.
Compiled by Mary Grace Lucas
CNN Washington Bureau
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Compiled by Mary Grace Lucas, CNN Washington Bureau
* Sen. Hillary Clinton has no public events planned.
* Sen. John McCain spends another day in Florida, touring the Everglades and holding an afternoon media availability.
* Sen. Barack Obama has no public events planned.