Tells reporters that including vote counts from the disputed Michigan and Florida contests– as Clinton’s team is doing– is “an abstract measure.” Click above to watch.
“There have been a number of different formulations that the Clinton campaign has been trying to arrive at to suggest that somehow they’re not behind. If you want to count them for some abstract measure, you’re free to do so.” Read transcript here.
Clinton spokesman Singer responds: “Senator Obama might be content to dismiss the nearly 2.5 million people who voted in Florida and Michigan as abstractions, but Senator Clinton thinks they are people whose votes count and voices should be heard.”
Plus: Clinton later reiterated claim that she now leads the popular vote.
More: Obama camp releases its latest delegate projections, says Clinton will earn 10 additional delegates from Pennsylvania.