Clinton makes surprise appearance at NYC gay pride parade

Hillary Clinton joined New York City’s annual gay pride parade Sunday afternoon, making a surprise appearance alongside Mayor Bill de Blasio, Gov. Andrew

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Cuomo, and Rev. Al Sharpton.

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Hillary Clinton ✔ @HillaryClinton
Happy #NYCPride!
2:39 AM – 27 Jun 2016
4,241 4,241 Retweets 13,009 13,009 likes

Clinton joined revelers near the Stonewall Inn, the site where the modern gay rights movement took root. It was recently declared national monument.

The campaign’s supporters were out in full force with the presumptive Democratic nominee during the parade, which fell this year on the first anniversary of a landmark Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide.

Clinton’s LGBT outreach director sent a tweet of this photo from New York City:

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Dominic Lowell @dominiclowell
We’re with her.
12:39 AM – 27 Jun 2016
1,232 1,232 Retweets 3,655 3,655 likes

Clinton’s Twitter account reflected the celebrations, with an altered avatar featuring her signature “H” logo against a rainbow backdrop.

Hillary Clinton ✔ @HillaryClinton
One year ago, love triumphed in our highest court. Yet LGBT Americans still face too many barriers. Let’s keep marching until they don’t. -H
2:06 AM – 27 Jun 2016
2,847 2,847 Retweets 8,084 8,084 likes

Some parade-goers were ready for Clinton’s cameo, sporting shirts that proclaimed “Bill for First Lady”:

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Hannah Chanpong ✔ @hannahfc
As seen on the #NYCPride parade route: “Bill for First Lady”
2:02 AM – 27 Jun 2016
91 91 Retweets 156 156 likes
Clinton has long courted the vote from the LGBT community. Earlier this year, the Human Rights Campaign, the largest gay rights group in the U.S., endorsed her for president

Sunday’s parade is also not the first time the former first lady has participated in the city’s festivities, which this year started off with a somber moment of silence commemorating the shooting victims from the massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando.

In 2000, Clinton marched alongside drag queens and politicians, including then-Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, during the celebrations. At the time, she was running for a New York Senate seat

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