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Clinton To Offer Remarks In New York City

By Dan Merica

NEW YORK, NY (CNN) --Hillary Clinton will speak to supporters, staff and media Wednesday morning following her stunning presidential defeat at the New Yorker Hotel in New York City at 10:30 a.m. ET, said Jennifer Palmieri, a campaign spokeswoman.

A campaign press advisory said earlier in the morning that she would speak at 9:30 a.m., but Palmieri said that's when doors to the event will open.

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Clinton conceded to President-elect Donald Trump by phone earlier Wednesday morning but did not make public remarks.

>Much of the seating at Clinton's remarks will be for staff and aides and the campaign is treating it as a farewell to the people who have spent the better part of two years working on her behalf, per an aide.

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A small group of staffers were seen walking in the The New Yorker hotel Wednesday morning, including Dennis Cheng, Clinton's finance director.

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