February 11th, 2008
01:15 PM ET
6 years ago

Obama, Edwards meeting rescheduled

Edwards is meeting with both Obama and Clinton ahead of his decision when and who to endorse.
Edwards is meeting with both Obama and Clinton ahead of his decision when and who to endorse.

(CNN) – An expected meeting between Barack Obama and John Edwards Monday has been rescheduled due to scheduling conflicts, the Obama campaign confirms.

The two men were to discuss John Edwards' likely upcoming endorsement of either Obama or Hillary Clinton.

Clinton met with the former presidential candidate last Thursday. On Saturday night Edwards huddled with several longtime advisers to discuss many issues, including which candidate he should endorse.

The Obama campaign did not give any sense of when the meeting may now take place.

– CNN's Chris Welch and Candy Crowley contributed to this report

soundoff (54 Responses)
  1. farid shakur

    if John Edwards is smart he will ask Obama to consider him for a post if he endorses his campagne because Edwards always said Hillary couldn't go against corporations because she is sponsored by them and she represents the old statusquo, so we will see what his mindset is like!

    February 11, 2008 03:18 pm at 3:18 pm |
  2. TG

    Edwards is handling this like a huckster – offering his endorsement to the highest bidder. Regardless of who he endorses at this point – he comes off looking tainted.

    February 11, 2008 03:19 pm at 3:19 pm |
  3. mc

    you guys making big mistake, none of them going to president, even if you vote for hillary or obama, john mcCain will take over. just think about little bit, even though i' m big fance of obama. i wish all the best of obama. i guess john edward feeling jealous because people didn't votes for him.

    February 11, 2008 03:23 pm at 3:23 pm |
  4. Amy-Cincinnati

    Sounds to me like the two parties would just rather meet without all the media frenzy.

    He called both candidates to tell them he was dropping out of the race, and he'll speak to both candidates before making an endorsement, if he does at all.

    February 11, 2008 03:23 pm at 3:23 pm |
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