Hillary Clinton Meets With Colorado Gov. Hickenlooper in Vice President Search

Source says the governor said the meeting went "really well."

— -- Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper met with presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, along with a host of other vice presidential hopefuls on Friday, ABC News has learned.

A close source with knowledge of the meeting at Clinton's Washington, D.C., home says the governor said it went "really well."

According to sources, Hickenlooper met with Clinton for more than two hours. Hickenlooper arrived at approximately 4 p.m. and separated after 6:30 p.m.

Hickenlooper has been a close friend of the Clintons for many years and has held many fundraisers for Clinton during this election cycle. Just last week, Hickenlooper hosted a fundraiser for Clinton at his Denver residence. Clinton also met with the Colorado governor for coffee at that time for what the governor described at that time as "brief" social conversation.

Clinton's Friday meetings with potential vice presidential running mates also included face time with Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro.