Not enough to close the gap, reports Marc Ambinder, who notes this comment from Clinton honcho Harold Ickes:
“Mrs. Clinton has reserved her right to take this to the credentials committee.”
[Tony] Rodham, a self-described “yellow dog Democrat all my life,” is unsure who he would support in November if Clinton is not the party’s standard bearer.
“If my sister doesn’t end up with the nomination, I gotta take a look at who I’m gonna vote for,” he said.
… Does that mean, [a reporter asked], Rodham would vote for Republican John McCain.
“I didn’t say that. It could be Bob Barr,” he said, referring to the Libertarian presidential candidate who, as a House member from Georgia, was a prime player in the impeachment of Rodham’s brother-in-law, Bill Clinton.
This is turning into one of the weirdest campaign years in decades.
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