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It appears that Clinton, after a week when former candidate John Edwards gave his support to Obama and his superdelegate count passed hers for the first time, has backed down from attacking her rival for the nomination.
Not only that, but Clinton has shifted her focus in the past 24 hours to crediting Obama. It appeared yesterday that she stood by Obama when it was perceived that he was the brunt of President Bush’s remarks to Knesset, Israel’s parliament, where Bush compared an engagement of talks with Iran’s leader as being analogous to Nazi appeasement.
Clinton also released three ads today – two in Kentucky and one in Oregon – that did not mention anything about Obama.
Originally posted by ATruGod
Actually it goes even farther:
Obama, Clinton fundraisers talk about merger
They appear to be fundraising together now.
Looks like the decision has been made.