Obama’s communications director Robert Gibbs on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” joked about his “Stop the Drama, Vote Obama” t-shirt saying he picked it up on the streets of Philly, used Clinton big-state argument against her, challenging her to win North Carolina to prove her point. Read more here.
On NBC’s “Today” they discussed the delegate math and Clinton’s claim that she’s leading in the popular vote when Michigan, Florida are counted. Chuck Todd said a Clinton loss in North Carolina could eliminate any Pennsylvania gains.
On ABC’s “Good Morning America,” they aired package on Obama’s struggle with the white working class. Cited Pennsylvania exit polls saying implication is “race could trump party loyalty” in general if Obama is nominated. Noted Axelrod’s NPR remarks on the white vote, said could be viewed as “elitist.”