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Bill and Hillary Clinton attend inauguration of new Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe
Saturday - 1/11/2014, 3:50pm EST
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- The day belongs to Gov. Terry McAuliffe.
But the biggest stars of Saturday's inauguration were former President Bill Clinton and his wife former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The Clintons drew keen attention of state lawmakers waiting in the Capitol rotunda before the ceremonies began.
After shaking lawmakers' hands, the Clintons made their way to their seats to watch their friend and former fundraiser take the oath of office as Virginia's 72nd governor.
Democratic Del. Jeion Ward lamented afterward she'd forgotten to take a picture of the former president.
Del. Mark Sickles asked Ward what she thought of Hillary's hair before pronouncing that he likes the former first lady's current hair style.
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