CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- The rain didn't stop the Clintons from taking part in an annual tradition.
Hillary and Bill Clinton, who live in Chappaqua, once again marched in New Castle's annual Memorial Day Parade Monday. The Clintons were joined by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who is also a New Castle resident.
"A rainy but wonderful morning march in the Chappaqua Memorial Day Parade," Hillary Clinton tweeted. "Thinking of our veterans who gave their lives for this country."
"I always enjoy marching with some of my dearest friends in the Chappaqua Memorial Day parade," Cuomo tweeted.
Hillary Clinton has been keeping busy since losing the presidential election to Donald Trump in November. Last week she gave the commencement address at Wellesley College, where she compared Trump to former President Richard Nixon, the only president to resign from office.
She also recently formed Onward Together, a political action organization that will raise money for progressive causes.
On Thursday, Clinton will speak at BookExpo at the Jacob Javits Convention Center, where her election night headquarters were held.
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