Sunday NY Times: Clinton Coming to Terms With Likely Defeat

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Advisers tell the Paper of Record she has begun adjusting to the “near-certainty” of her loss to Obama.

Still, questions remain about when she may drop out and endorse Obama. She recently called Tennessee’s undecided governor and urged him “to keep an open mind until the convention.”

Spokesman Wolfson: “I don’t think anybody is looking toward the convention to end this process.”

Response: Wolfson tells The Page, “We continue to make a strong case to superdelegates that Senator Clinton has won the most votes in primary history and that we would be the strongest nominee against John McCain.” Read full statement.

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