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Clintons Attend Christmas Services at Methodist Church Near New York Home

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Former Secretary of State and former Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

By    |   Sunday, 25 Dec 2016 10:44 PM

Hillary and Bill Clinton attended services at the United Methodist Church of Mount Kisco, New York on Christmas Eve, The Journal News reported.

Hillary Clinton said she felt "excellent," as she smiled and greeted other church goers with “Merry Christmas.”

"This is our blessing this night every year in this church," said Bill Clinton. For the past decade the Clintons have attended the church, whose street leading to the door was lined with candles.

The service lasted about an hour and included prayer, song and spiritual talk.

The church’s pastor and congregants said the Clintons enjoy being regular members of the congregation, which is near their home, and that is how they try to treat them.

Church member Don McCann, who is a Republican, said "I always have a chat with Bill Clinton. I find him to be a pleasant fellow and engaging. I talk to him like a normal guy.”

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