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MagickMuffin Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat May-10-08 09:38 PM
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21. Hillary top adviser Harold Ickes was on the call, too.
Some noteworthy tidbits from the call:

* Ickes claimed that there was no discussion internally on the campaign of the possibility that she would angle for a veep slot. "There's no talk within the Hillary campaign about that," Ickes said in response to a questioner.

* Ickes came under questioning from a super-delegate who said he would have "a problem" if she didn't win the pledged del count or the popular vote, and declined to say what she would do. Indeed, he repeatedly maintained that she would still be ahead in the popular vote at the end of the contest, Florida and Michigan included, and predicted flatly that she would be behind by less than 100 delegates at the end of the voting.



Are they talking about the DLC?.?.?

That seems to be the only part of the party they care about.

I don't really think they care about the Democratic Party and whether it unites or not.

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