Clinton: I will be the nominee
She says she hasn't even considered the possibility that she won't be the Democrats' presidential candidate.
November 27, 2007 5:33PM (UTC)
An appealing sense of confidence or an obnoxious sense of entitlement? How you view Hillary Clinton's exchange with Katie Couric last night probably depends entirely on how you view Hillary Clinton herself.
Couric asked Clinton how disappointed she'll be if she's not the Democratic nominee. "Well," Clinton said, "it will be me."
Clinton said, as she has before, that she'll support the Democratic nominee, whoever it may be. So that means that Clinton has at least considered the possibility that she won't be the nominee?
"No," she said, "I haven't."
Tim Grieve is a senior writer and the author of Salon's War Room blog.
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