UnNews:Obama wins Democratic nomination, Clinton pushes forward with campaign
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Obama wins Democratic nomination, Clinton pushes forward with campaign
Straight talk, from straight faces
Sunday, August 28, 2016, 12:23:UTC)(
6 June 2008
Washington D.C. - After this Tuesday's primaries in Montana and South Dakota, Barack Obama claimed the title of presumptive Democratic presidential candidate. Shortly after the speech that Obama gave, Hillary Rodham Clinton announced that she will not be quitting her campaign, for she claims to have "found" two uncounted primaries, and an uncounted caucus, and is pushing onward in hopes of gaining the much needed delegates in June 17th's Israeli, and Iranian Primaries, as well as the Iraqi Caucus, which, to her knowledge, are still going to happen.
Wednesday morning Bill Clinton issued this statement:
|“||For a long while it looked bleak for my lady, Hillary, but now, the sun is rising on her side again, and if all goes according to plan, she will get the necessary 196 delegates she needs, as well as the dozens of superdelegate's endorsements that will ensure that she gets the nomination come the August Convention.||”|
Obama however is not looking forward to the false Israeli and Iranian Primaries, or the false Iraqi Caucus either. After finding out that he was the presumptive nominee he released this statement to the media:
|“||Wow, its about time someone got her out of the country. With any luck she won't return quickly enough to beg me to make her my vice presidential candidate.||”|
He has taken some time to return to his home in Illinois for some celebrations. Although he has given his speech about the nominee, Obama has yet to release a statement about his former competitor's trip to the middle east, he has instead turned his aim towards beating John McCain in the November Presidential election, and who he will elect his running mate.
- Hugh Jass "Clinton Looks forward to the Israeli, and Iranian Primaries". CNN News, June 5th, 2008