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The Early Clinton Spin
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The Clinton campaign just sent out a press release declaring that “decisive victories lead to momentum shift.”

The Clinton team emphasizes:

1) Sen. Obama found himself on the defensive on whether he is ready to be President. Questions about whether he is ready to take that 3am phone call and be commander in chief abound.

2) The Rezko trial is just getting underway.

3) Sen. Obama got caught criticizing NAFTA in Ohio while his campaign – despite their denials – told Canada that his rhetoric was just political positioning.

And this is their thinking going forward:

The primary process must continue. The states and territories that haven’t had a chance to participate yet need to have their voices heard and their votes counted.

Both campaigns agree that automatic delegates will determine the nominee. There is no difference between pledged delegates and automatic delegates. We plan on gaining pledged delegates and closing the Obama camp’s lead by the end of the nominating process. When it comes to pledged delegates, we’ll be competitive.

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