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9:35 PM ET, June 7, 2008


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Clinton endorses Obama for president  —  WASHINGTON (CNN) — Sen. Hillary Clinton said Saturday “we need to do all we can” to help elect Sen. Barack Obama the next president of the United States.  —  Her endorsement was met with a scattering of boos and thumbs downs from the large crowd at the National Building Museum in Washington.
Hilary Rosen / The Huffington Post:
Gratitude for Hillary  —  Hillary Clinton gave the speech of her life today and as she stated her intentions and desires for the general election, she cemented her place in history.  As importantly, she also shone a path for herself as a national leader for years to come.
Discussion: MyDD
Andrew Sullivan / The Daily Dish:
Yes She Did  —  Senator Clinton did all she needed to do: thanked everyone and unequivocally endorsed and supported Barack Obama.  One theme stuck out to me: she essentially said that even though she was careful to avoid ever saying that she was running because she was a woman and that people …
New York Times:
Ending Her Bid, Clinton Backs Obama  —  WASHINGTON — Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton formally threw her support behind Senator Barack Obama on Saturday, clearing the way for Mr. Obama to head into the general election with a plan to challenge Senator John McCain in typically Republicans states.
Joe Gandelman / The Moderate Voice:
Clinton Endorsement Speech Gave Obama And Her What They Both Needed
Beth Fouhy / Associated Press:
Clinton suspends campaign, endorses Obama
Discussion: The Caucus
John Cole / Balloon Juice:
The Whitey Tape  —  Here:  —  It really was not that shocking.  —  *** Update ***  —  Who said the following: … Three guesses.
Larry Johnson / NO QUARTER:
An Update on the Michelle Obama Rant  —  The recording that shows Michelle Obama saying disparaging things about white folks is for real.  It is not part of some elaborate dirty trick.  The people who have seen her comments describe it as “stunning” or “devastating.”
New York Times:
The Long Road to a Clinton Exit  —  WASHINGTON — By the time the campaign tracked down the small-city Indiana mayor, Bill Clinton was in a lather.  Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton had lost the North Carolina primary that evening and was eager to offset it with a win in Indiana.
John F. Harris / The Politico:
For Clintons, an old dream finally fades  —  This is not the end of the Clinton story.  If we know anything about Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton it is that there is always another chapter, and it will not fail to be interesting.  —  But her departure from the presidential race Saturday …
New York Times:   Ending Her Bid, Clinton Backs Obama
Chris Cillizza / The Fix:
With Legacy and Future in Mind, Clinton Ends Run
Discussion: MyDD, TRAIL BLAZERS and Power Line
Spiegel Online:
UN's ElBaradei Speaks of ‘Historic Turning Point’ in Nuclear Policies  —  The UN's top nuclear watchdog, Mohamed ElBardei, tells SPIEGEL that the current trend of atomic proliferation is creating an unprecedented threat to world peace.  Unilateral military actions, like Israel's strike …
Sean /
Rehabilitation for Herself: What Could Clinton Say?  —  Most of you realize that two of us post here now - Nate (the guy who built everything and all around super-star, formerly known as Poblano), and Sean (PocketNines).  Some haven't quite caught that, probably because our names are not bolded at the bottom of posts.
Discussion: The RBC
Ed Morrissey / Hot Air:
Video: Hannity on the Obama-Khalidi connection  —  We have written on the network of radicals attached to Barack Obama's political and public career, and perhaps none carry the impact of Rashid Khalidi.  Barack Obama tried to shrug off Khalidi as a person he “knew” from Khalidi's days …
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