The Clinton campaign is not giving an inch, at least not yet.
Howard Wolfson just said at the top of this morning’s conference call that the campaign would discuss how it would go forward to the “nomination and victory in November.”
Clinton pollster and strategist Geoff Garin said “Indiana was obviously a close outcome but it was an outcome about which we feel very very good.”
He said that Clinton came from behind and overcame Obama’s spending advantage, and that it “represents significant progress.”
he also made the eye-opening assertion that North Carolina does “represent progress for us” and that last night “strengthens the case that she will be the strongest nominee for the party in November.”
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