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4:50 PM ET, August 25, 2008

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Howard Wolfson / The New Republic:
Smothering the Hatchet  —  Hillary's former communications director on how to close the Clinton-Obama rift.  —  The New Republic has asked me what advice I would give to Senator Obama to improve relations with the Clintons during this convention week.  —  To be clear, I believe …
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Matthew Mosk / Washington Post:
Clinton Advisers Skipping Obama Speech  —  A number of Sen. Hillary Clinton's top advisers will not be staying in Denver long enough to hear Barack Obama accept the nomination for president, according to sources familiar with their schedules.  —  Clinton will deliver her speech Tuesday night.
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blogs:
No guidance from Clinton  —  Speaking to reporters after her address to the New York delegation, Clinton offered delegates no instruction on how to cast their votes, Amie Parnes reports.  —  “I will be telling my delegates that I will vote for Barack Obama,” she said.  “How they vote is a more personal decision.
The Politico:
Exclusive: Obama- Clinton feud reignites  —  DENVER — As Democrats arrived here Sunday for a convention intended to promote party unity, mistrust and resentments continued to boil among top associates of presumptive nominee Barack Obama and his defeated rival, Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Ben Smith / The Politico:
Clinton's riposte  —  “I'm Hillary Clinton and I do not approve that message,” Clinton tells the New York delegation of McCain's ad that features her old criticism of Obama.  —  Clinton says Democrats are gathered in Denver for a “clear and specific purpose and that is to elect Barack …
Discussion: TalkLeft and MyDD
New York Times:
Delegates for Clinton Back Obama, but Show Concerns  —  Delegates to the Democratic National Convention arrive in Denver having largely put aside the deep divisions of the primary fight between Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton, although some hold lingering concerns …
Associated Press:
Clinton, Obama working out deal for roll call vote  —  DENVER (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama are working on a deal to give her some votes in the roll call for the Democratic presidential nomination, but quickly end the divided balloting in unanimous consent for Obama.
Craig Crawford / Craig Crawford's Trail Mix:
Anatomy of a Subplot  —  The Democratic convention now teeters …
Discussion: The New Republic
Ed Morrissey / Hot Air:   Operation Chaos gets more chaotic: racial slurs against Hillary supporters
CNN:
Bill Clinton not happy with convention role
Discussion: Ben Smith's Blogs
Associated Press:
Clinton supporter says she was called ‘Uncle Tom’
Discussion: Reuters and www.redstate.com
Big Tent Democrat / TalkLeft:
Entitled To Your Support  —  I am the type of Democrat …
Discussion: Marc Ambinder and Balloon Juice
William Kristol / New York Times:
A Joe of His Own?  —  The anguished cries of Hillary supporters pierced the midday calm here on Saturday, as Barack Obama confirmed that his vice presidential choice was not Clinton, who got about 18 million votes this year running against him, but rather Joe Biden, who gained the support …
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Ezra Klein / American Prospect:
SURE-TO-BE-WRONG-PREDICTION: WHY MCCAIN WILL CHOOSE LIEBERMAN.  —  Consensus around DC seems to be that John McCain would love to pick his friend Joe Lieberman, but won't.  It's possible that that consensus, built atop the same ace reporting that gave us vice presidents Evan Bayh and Chet Edwards, will prove correct.
Discussion: Right Wing Watch
Richard Cohen / Washington Post:
Obama's Reassuring Choice
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
Joe Klein / Swampland:
Focused  —  I attended a Frank Luntz focus group consisting of 21 undecided voters (Add: equally divided between men and women, a range of ages—20s to 70s, I'd say) yesterday and the results were stunning: bad news for both Obama and McCain, but slightly worse—I think—for Obama.  Some observations:
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Accentuate the Negative  —  So the Obama campaign has turned to the politics of personal destruction, attempting to make a campaign issue out of John McCain's inability to remember how many houses he has.  And the turn comes not a moment too soon.  —  Over the past month or so many Democrats …
Little Green Footballs:
Zombie: The Denver Games — Opening Ceremony  —  (Zombie's reports are cross-posted at Pajamas Media.)  —  Although the Democratic National Convention doesn't start until today, Monday, August 25, the protests against the convention started the day before on Sunday.
Discussion: michellemalkin.com
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Matt / Think Progress:
Fox News reporter Griff Jenkins tasked with ‘causing trouble’ at Democratic convention.  —  Yesterday, Fox News reporter Griff Jenkins waded into the Re-create '68 protest outside the Democratic National Convention in Denver, where he was greeted with expletives as he antagonized the crowd by asking …
Yeas and Nays:
Durbin: McCain's a baller, too  —  Barack Obama may be able to drain a three pointer when the cameras are rolling, but John McCain has at least some metaphorical game.  So said Obama's own Illinois colleague and campaign co-chair, Sen. Dick Durbin, at a Christian Science Monitor breakfast with reporters on Monday morning.
Laylan Copelin / Austin American-Statesman:
DeLay might be cleared of charges  —  Appeals court says money-laundering law didn't apply to checks.  —  Money-laundering charges against former U.S. Rep. Tom DeLay and two indicted co-conspirators may be dismissed because the 2002 campaign finance case involved checks and not cash, a lawyer for DeLay said Sunday night.
Discussion: PERRspectives Blog
Sean Wilentz / Newsweek:
A Liberal's Lament  —  To win, Obama must convince the country that he is a man of substance, not just style.  History suggests this won't be easy.  —  A Bold Agenda: Kennedy, at the Los Angeles Coliseum in 1960, outlined the framework of his New Deal update, the New Frontier, to a standing ovation
 
 
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Darrel Rowland / Editorial RSS:
Voters in Ohio like McCain a bit more — at least so far
Discussion: The New Republic
Marc Ambinder:
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Maggie Haberman / New York Post:
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Mike Allen / The Politico:
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DBKP:
Edwards' Campaign Quietly Refunds Contributions to Bundlers, Big Backers
New York Post:
DNC TO RETURN $100G DONATION TO RANGEL
Discussion: michellemalkin.com
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