The Lid: Clinton Not Out of the Woods in Dem Primary

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We're thinking of creating some kind of keyboard shortcut for the phrase "overlooked today because of the latest Donald Trump news..." because we type it so often. But, here we go again:

Overlooked today because of the latest Donald Trump news was some very powerful speech by Hillary Clinton about Democratic rival Bernie Sanders. Clinton blasted Sanders today for describing the fracas over Trump'south controversial abortion comments as "a distraction" from other problems facing the country, saying that she views abortion as a "serious issue" worthy of discussion. She made some similar comments in her interview with Rachel Maddow latest night, saying "to think that this is an issue that'south not deserving of reaction just demonstrates a lack of appreciation for how serious this is" - and doing it at a campaign rally today even ups the ante further. NBC'south Kristen Welker points out that the fact that Clinton tied Sanders to the Trump comments, even indirectly, suggests that she'south facing genuine concerns about her rival'south momentum. The campaign is bracing for a possible loss in Wisconsin, where Sanders appears to have a slender lead, but they could be in for a bumpy ride if Sanders starts closing the gap in delegate-rich New York, too. We'd written latest week about Clinton'south attempts to pivot to the common election, but this kind of tough speech against her primary opponent shows she knows she's not out of the woods yet.

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Hillary Clinton campaigns in Syracuse, while Bill makes a stop in Wisconsin.

Bernie Sanders is also in Wisconsin. Ted Cruz is also in the Pester State.

John Kasich makes stops both in PA and Wisconsin.

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