(CNN)— In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, Candy Crowley reveals the most recent push by the Clinton campaign to maintain momentum after a tough string of losses in Wisconsin, Hawaii and the Potomac primaries.
Meanwhile, John McCain is easing into his role as Republican frontrunner and sharpening his attacks on who he thinks will be the Democratic nominee—Barack Obama. CNN’s Dana Bash reports on what the two candidates are sparring over.
Plus, a powerful union that has long supported Hillary Clinton endorsed Barack Obama Wednesday. The President of Teamsters Union, James Hoffa tells Wolf Blitzer why they chose Obama over Clinton and includes some strong criticism of John McCain.
Finally, with his victories in Wisconsin and Hawaii, Barack Obama has won 10 straight primaries and is starting to sway the base of Hillary Clinton’s supporters. Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider gives an analysis of who Obama is affecting.
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–CNN’s Emily Sherman