Linking arms in a capitol hill ballroom, Hillary Clinton received a public embrace Monday from 13 female Democratic Senators who praised her as a trailblazing leader ready to be president.

Hillary Clinton speaks during a 'Women for Hillary' fundraiser November 30, 2015 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

One noticeable absence was Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who said she would likely make an endorsement during the primary season but has not done so yet.

Her spokeswoman declined comment.

Clinton joined with a power base of female Senate Democrats, who said a second Clinton in the White House would ensure that generations of young women would view a female president as a normal course of American progress.