Rumors spread about Clinton's future

As the last primary voters cast their ballots in South Dakota and Montana, and Illinois Senator Barack Obama awaits more superdelegate supporters, Americans (and international observers likely too) are wondering, “What’s next?” The U.S. news media are trying to figure that out.

Rumors are spreading throughout the Web and cable news channels that, based on information reported by the Associated Press, New York Senator Hillary Clinton will concede Obama has the most delegates, thus “ending her bid to be the nation’s first female president.” Word of the report spread quickly.

But within minutes Clinton campaign manager Terry McAullife said the report was “100 percent incorrect.”

Obama “doesn’t have the [delegate] numbers today, and until someone has the numbers the race goes on,” McAuliffe told CNN.

So what will happen? Many will be looking to answer that question when they tune in to see what Clinton has to say in a speech scheduled for tonight in New York City.

2 thoughts on “Rumors spread about Clinton's future

  1. I am a Hillary supporter and will never vote for those who stole the nomination from her. I am voting for McCain. He is closer to my views than the leftist, wanna be black, Obama.

  2. I AM VOTING FOR MCCAIN. HE IS CLOSER IN MY BELIEFS THAN OBAMA. MCCAIN SHOULD PICK HILLARY FOR HIS VP. THAT WOULD BE THE DREAM TEAM!