Clinton marches in Chappaqua Memorial Day parade

Fresh from the spotlight after delivering the Wellesley commencement address on Friday, former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonHouse Judiciary Committee votes to request documents on Comey, Clinton GOP senator warns Trump: Panel won't take up attorney general nominee this year Overnight Cybersecurity: Facebook invests in group fighting election hacking | House panel advances DHS cyber revamp bill | Lawmakers mull cyber insurance for small businesses MORE took to the rainy streets of Chappaqua, N.Y., on Memorial Day with former President Bill ClintonBill ClintonStarr tells Trump to 'cut it out' with the attacks on Sessions OPINION | Democrats: Time to wish Hillary Clinton good luck and goodbye Eric Trump: ‘Disheartening’ to watch ‘nonsense Russia investigations’ MORE to march in the local parade.
Hillary Clinton tweeted out a photo of herself, her husband and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) marching in the parade. Cuomo tweeted out his own photo, calling the Clintons “some of my dearest friends.”
Far from avoiding the spotlight, Clinton has been keeping up public appearances. On Friday, she addressed her alma mater, where she compared President Trump to former President Richard Nixon and insinuated that his presidency would end similarly. 
Since April, she’s gone back to giving interviews, most recently to New York magazine, where she reaffirmed her support for “resisting” Trump and his agenda.