Tuesday Marks Clinton Comeback, McCain Advance
Democratic Sen. Hillary Clinton emerged as the winner of the Ohio and Texas presidential primaries, two essential states needed for her to stay competitive in the race against Sen. Barack Obama. On the Republican side, John McCain won all four primary contests last night, definitively earning the Republican nomination.
Stephanie Cutter, communications director for Democratic Sen. John Kerry's 2004 presidential campaign, is joined by Sarah Taylor, former political director for President George W. Bush, to discuss the Clinton's comeback, the races ahead and who will take on presumed GOP nominee, Sen. John McCain.
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