Democratic presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton arrives in Charlotte, North Carolina with U.S. President Barack Obama ahead of their first public campaign event together since Obama endorsed her. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) In her June 2008 concession speech for the Democratic U.S. presidential nomination, Hillary Clinton pledged to do all she could to propel Barack Obama to the White House. On Tuesday he returns the favor. After months of waiting on the sidelines while his former secretary of state battled Senator Bernie Sanders to be this year's Democratic nominee, the president hits the campaign trail in what is likely to be the first of many trips to urge voters to pick his one-time rival as his successor. Obama endorsed Clinton last month with a forceful video in which he stated that no one had been so qualified for the job. But a joint appearance planned for soon after that was postponed after the mass shooting on June 12 at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.