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6:25 PM ET, June 2, 2008

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Thomas B. Edsall / The Huffington Post:
Clinton Summons Top Donors, Supporters For Tuesday Speech  —  stumble digg reddit del.ico.us news trust buzz up  —  Hillary Clinton has summoned top donors and backers to attend her New York speech tomorrow night in an unusual move that is being widely interpreted to mean she plans to suspend her campaign and endorse Barack Obama.
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CNN:
Sources: Most uncommitted senators to endorse Obama  —  WASHINGTON (CNN) — Most of the seventeen Democratic senators who have remained uncommitted throughout the primaries will endorse Barack Obama for president this week, CNN has learned.  —  Sources familiar with discussions between Obama supporters …
Domenico Montanaro / MSNBC:
BILL'S ‘LAST DAY’?  —  From NBC/NJ's Matthew Berger  —  MILBANK, S.D. — Bill Clinton acknowledged Monday that today may be his last campaigning for his wife.  —  “I want to say also, that this may be the last day I'm ever involved in a campaign of this kind,” the former president said at a town hall at the Milbank Visitor Center.
Marc Ambinder:
Clinton Clue: Staffers Urged To Turn In Receipts  —  Clinton Campaign staffers and former campaign staffers are being urged by the Clinton campaign's finance department to turn in their outstanding expense receipts by the end of the week.  That's a sign, to them, that the campaign wants to get its affairs in order soon.
Marc Ambinder:
Clinton Aides: Tomorrow Night's Speech Isn't Concession  —  Senior Clinton campaign aides privy to the construction of tomorrow night's election night celebration in New York insist that Sen. Clinton will not use the occasion to drop out of the race.  —  They project that Clinton will do better …
Nitya / Political Radar:
Bill Clinton: 'This May Be the Last Day I'm Ever Involved in a Campaign of This Kind'  —  ABC News' Sarah Amos Reports: Speaking to a crowd in Milbank, SD former President Bill Clinton admitted that today could be the last time he has such an active role in presidential politics.
Discussion: The Jed Report
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blogs:
Clinton rejects concession buzz
Discussion: AMERICAblog
Walter Alarkon / The Hill's Blog Briefing Room:   Both Obama And Clinton To Be In NYC Wednesday
Nitya / Political Radar:
Clinton Campaign Shows Signs of Slowing
Discussion: Newsday and TIME.com
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blogs:
Tuesday night in New York
Discussion: American Spectator
Larry Johnson / NO QUARTER:
Michelle Obama and Louis Farrakhan Take On Whitey  —  I learned over the weekend why the Republicans who have seen the tape of Michelle Obama ranting about “whitey” describe it as “STUNNING.”  I have not seen it but I have heard from five separate sources who have spoken directly with people who have seen the tape.
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SusanUnPC / NO QUARTER:
[VIDEO UPDATE] BREAKING NEWS on “Whitey” …
Discussion: QandO, Hot Air and The Moderate Voice
The Politico:
Drudge Report keeps campaigns guessing  —  May 19 was a fairly typical day in the recent life of the Drudge Report.  —  There was a breathtaking picture of Sen. Barack Obama's rally in Portland, Ore., framed by the words “AS FAR AS CAMERA'S EYE CAN SEE ... THE OBAMA MASS.”
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Michael Cooper / The Caucus:   Even for McCain Crowd, Clinton's Worth a Mention
Jonathan Martin / Jonathan Martin's Blogs:
McCain's Music City surprise
Discussion: Think Progress
Agence France Presse:
Ahmadinejad says Israel will soon disappear … Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad predicted on Monday that Muslims would uproot “satanic powers” and repeated his controversial belief that Israel will soon disappear, the Mehr news agency reported.  —  “I must announce that the Zionist regime …
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John McCain / Real Clear Politics:
McCain's Speech to AIPAC
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William Kristol / Weekly Standard Blog:
(Bumped) Kristol: So long (for a while) to Michael Goldfarb
Michael Abramowitz / Washington Post:
McClellan Recounts Administration's Missed Chances After '04 Election  —  Believe it or not, even after a week of wall-to-wall media coverage, there's still grist to mull over from the new Scott McClellan memoir, “What Happened.”  —  McClellan, the press-secretary-turned-administration critic …
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Dan Froomkin / Washington Post:
Vindication for the Bush Critique
Discussion: Firedoglake and Think Progress
Marc Ambinder:
Exclusive: McCain Almost Took “One-Term” Pledge  —  When he formally announced his presidential candidacy last year, Sen. John McCain was inches away from making an unprecedented pledge: if he were elected, he would serve only one term as president.  —  It could have been an earth-shifting moment for the campaign and the primary.
Discussion: Redstate, New York Magazine and Hot Air
William Kristol / New York Times:
What Obama Left Out  —  Commencement speeches are hard.  —  I gave one at a college about seven years ago.  I labored over it, consulting orations from years past, writing and rewriting drafts.  I ended up with remarks that struck me — even while I delivered them — as banal and platitudinous.
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Ben / Think Progress:   Kristol: Obama was rolling in the dough as community organizer.
Lydia Saad / Gallup:
Americans Favor President Meeting With U.S. Enemies  —  Public thinks it's a good idea to meet with leaders of enemy countries  —  PRINCETON, NJ — Large majorities of Democrats and independents, and even half of Republicans, believe the president of the United States should meet with the leaders …
New York Times:
Doctor Says Kennedy's Brain Surgery Is Successful  —  Senator Edward M. Kennedy successfully underwent surgery at Duke University Medical Center on Monday for a malignant brain tumor, the doctor who performed the procedure said Monday afternoon.  —  “I am pleased to report that Senator Kennedy's surgery …
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Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blogs:
Possible McCain SecDef questions recognition of Israel [CORRECTED]  —  A Democratic source, just in time for the Aipac conference sends over two clips from Charlie Rose: The first is McCain saying he thinks Fred Smith, the chief of FedEx, would make a good Secretary of Defense.
Discussion: Charlie Rose
Thomas Harding / Telegraph:
Afghan insurgents ‘on brink of defeat’  —  Missions by special forces and air strikes by unmanned drones have “decapitated” the Taliban and brought the war in Afghanistan to a “tipping point”, the commander of British forces has said.  —  The new “precise, surgical” tactics have killed scores …
 
 
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David Weigel / Reason Magazine:
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Kate Sheppard / Gristmill:
Just around the Warner  —  After months of hearings, haggling …
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John Aravosis / AMERICAblog:
Hillary's latest lie: I've won more states than Obama …
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US steps up search for American traitor Adam Gadahn
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Detroit Free Press:
Fieger, law partner acquitted of illegal political donations
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Bill Clinton / Real Clear Politics:
The Facts About Clinton's Post-Presidency
Discussion: The Swamp and The Raw Story
Jonathan Martin / Jonathan Martin's Blogs:
Warning signs for McCain
Discussion: The Moderate Voice
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
A Return of That '70s Show?