To an extent. Hillary Clinton has been beating Barack Obama by large margins in the last stretch of the campaign. She has a plausible electability argument for the general in November. She trails by just 0.1 percent in the most widely accepted popular vote count. Neither candidate has enough pledged delegates to clinch the nomination. And yet Hillary is basically toast. That would be hard to take even if you didn’t have the Clintons’ sense of entitlement.
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